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Tenille Arts

By ABC Music Lounge | Jan 23rd, 2019

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Tenille Arts Bio

Tenille Arts was born and raised in the small Canadian prairie town of Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Her dream of performing took root at the age of eight, when a neighbor overheard her singing a Shania Twain song in her back yard and encouraged her mom to help her pursue music.

After years of hard work, Tenille began making the long trip to Nashville to advance her songwriting skills. Her determination and talent led to steadily increasing successes, as she earned a publishing deal in Nashville. Her 2016 self-titled debut EP peak at #1 on the iTunes Canada Top Country Album Chart and crack the Top 100 on the U.S. iTunes Country Album Chart.

She has already surpassed seven million total streams at Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora and others. Tenille's hauntingly mysterious song "Cold Feet" help grow her fan base with a popular music video that reached #1 on the CMT 12 Pack Countdown. The song also received much critical acclaim including a feature by Tom Roland in Billboard Country – rare for an independent release.

Arts released her full-length album Rebel Child in October 2017, having written 10 of the 11 songs. It debuted at #2 on the iTunes Canada Top Country Album Chart, #12 on the All-Genres Chart and reached #17 in the United States. Tenille caught the attention of entertainment site PopCulture.com who named her one of their 2018 Artists to Watch.

She made her national television debut on January 29, 2018 performing her original song "Moment of Weakness" for millions of viewers on the ABC hit show The Bachelor. The song debuted in the Top 20 on the iTunes U.S. Top Country Songs Chart. Six weeks later, Tenille's accomplishments were rewarded in a huge way, as she signed a recording deal with Reviver Records – home to David Lee Murphy and Michael Tyler.

Immediately after signing her deal, Reviver released her "I Hate This" single. The groundbreaking music video was partially shot in a set that could rotate 360 degrees. As the cameras rolled, so did the set...and Tenille. The clip premiered on CMT and continues to receive airplay nationwide.

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