Tenille Arts brought joy to the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, when she visited Seacrest Studios yesterday. She performed the title cut from her debut album, Rebel Child, and several patients joined her in singing “How Far I’ll Go” from Moana. The appearance was broadcast to all patient rooms in the hospital and to the nine other hospitals housing Seacrest Studios.
Tenille Arts performs for patients and staff at Seacrest Studios.
Tenille Arts visits with patients and visitors at Seacrest Studios.
Tenille Arts with Seacrest Studios staffers.
Tenille co-wrote 10 of the 11 songs on Rebel Child, which was released October 20, 2017. “Cold Feet,” Tenille’s first official single release in the U.S., is affectionately dubbed “a Nicholas Sparks novel in a song” for leaving the poignant ending up to the listener. The corresponding music video took the haunting song to an entirely new level and has already received over 645,000 views.
About Tenille Arts: The 23-year-old behind all of this recent attention is quietly confident country music lover Tenille Arts (her real name) who was raised in the small Canadian prairie town of Weyburn, Saskatchewan. She picked up the guitar and penned her first song at the age of 13 and has been performing across the US and Canada ever since. She made the move to Nashville over a year ago, and a songwriting session brought her to the attention of award-winning producer Matt Rovey (Craig Campbell, Dean Brody), songwriter/ producer Adam Wheeler and Noble Vision Music Group head Hal Oven.
Tenille co-wrote all six songs on her debut EP, which entered the Canadian iTunes Country Chart at #1 and hit #10 on the overall Canadian iTunes Chart and was featured on the front page in the coveted “New & Noteworthy” section.
Music Row Magazine critic Robert K. Oermann called Tenille “Promising in the extreme,” Pandora said, “with songwriting inspired by Don Henley and reminiscent of early Taylor Swift, and vocals the size of her native Canada, Arts’ future is bright,” and popular country website whiskeyriff.com labeled Tenille a “new country artist name you need to know immediately.”http://www.countryschatter.com/2017/11/tenille-arts-visits-seacrest-studios/New ReleasesPhoto ReleasePress ReleaseHow Far I'll go,Moana,Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital,music row magazine,Rebel child,Robert K. Oermann,Seacrest Studios,Tenille Arts,Twitter,Vanderbilt University