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Canadian Singer-Songwriter Tenille Townes Drops Her Heartbreaking New Single 'The Last Time'

Songwriter, performer and 2-time ACM winner Tenille Townes drops her heartbreaking new single “The Last Time.” The song talks about the universal feeling of nostalgia you get after the realization of an occurrence in your life happened for the last time.

“We always remember the first time something happens. We put it in a certain frame in our mind because we know it’s special. But the last time often doesn’t get the same frame because we don’t know that it’s happened until it’s already a part of our past. I wanted to write a song that captured that sentimental reality, with nostalgia in the fabric of the music. This song reminds me to stop and take in the moments that are happening right now, and I hope it feels like a comforting reminder to anybody else who needs it too.” - Tenille Townes

Last week, Tenille was announced alongside Blanco Brown to host the 2022 Canadian Country Music Association Awards, set for September 11th in Calgary, AB, where she is also set to perform. She additionally leads the nominations for the show this year, which include “Amazon Music and Alexa Fans’ Choice Award,” “Spotify Female Artist of the Year Award,” “Single of the Year,” “Ford F-150 Album of the Year Award,” “Video of the Year,” “Songwriter(s) of the Year” and “Entertainer of the Year!”

Earlier this summer, Tenille was announced alongside Carrie Underwood as the first 2 country artists to take part in Apple’s new Apple Music Sessions. The sessions are exclusive live releases featuring some of the world’s most prolific and emerging artists, all in Spatial Audio. Tenille performed her recently released “Same Road Home,” off her Masquerades EP, as well as her GOLD certified debut single “Somebody’s Daughter,” and a gritty, soulful cover of Etta James’s “At Last.”


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