Emerging singer, songwriter and musician Tenille Townes
’ highly anticipated debut album, The Lemonade Stand
, is out now on Columbia Nashville in partnership with RCA Records.
Produced by Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town), the album consists of twelve songs all co-written by Townes. She reflects on her album saying, “The Lemonade Stand is a collection of songs that mean so much to me and are the way I see the world in this season of my life right now. I want this music to be like a gathering place, where people can come and be filled up. I hope this record reminds people of who they are, that they are not alone, and reminds them of their dreams. This record is the dream that I had when I was a seven-year-old kid singing along in the backseat of the car. She would really be freaking out right now.”
The Lemonade Stand track list:
1. Holding Out For The One
2. Where You Are
3. Jersey On The Wall (I’m Just Asking)
5. White Horse
6. I Kept The Roses
7. When I Meet My Maker
8. Come As you Are
9. The Way You Look Tonight
10. Find You
11. Somebody’s Daughter
12. The Most Beautiful Things
Additionally, Townes will host her annual “Big Hearts For Big Kids” benefit concert this Tuesday, June 30 at 7:00pm CT from Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium.
Available to stream via Townes’ YouTube, Facebook and Instagram pages, the virtual event will feature Townes performing songs from her new album along with special at-home performances from Dierks Bentley, Brandi Carlile, Luke Combs, Andy Grammer, Mickey Guyton, Caylee Hammack, Ashley McBryde, Lori McKenna, Chrissy Metz, John Osborne and Lucie Silvas.
The Bobby Bones Show will also be the event’s exclusive radio partner, featuring an on-air interview with Townes and the event’s stream on their Facebook Page.
In the ten years since Townes started the fundraiser, “Big Hearts For Big Kids” has raised over $1.9 million for Sunrise House
—a local youth shelter in Townes’ hometown of Grande Prairie, Alberta Canada. Proceeds from this year’s event will once again benefit Sunrise House as well as Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee’s Troop 6000
—an initiative that supports girls without permanent housing. Donations to both organizations can be made via bigheartsforbigkids.com
(Press release courtesy of Sacks & Co.)