Status: On Sale (Updated on March 11th 2022)
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Doors open at 7:00 PM – Event ends at 10:30 PM
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About Tenille Townes
Townes’ sweet, hopeful voice is particularly vulnerable on “When’s It Gonna Happen to Me.” “This song terrifies me because it feels extremely true and personal,” Townes says of sharing the confessional song. “To continue being honest and sharing this truth is something I haven’t really been comfortable talking about up to this point, but music is my safe place and I want to be the room I can bring any emotion to and know the door is always wide open in acceptance of whatever that might be.” Townes continues, “Society tells us what our picture should look like. Every fairy tale we read growing up, every movie we watch all form this idea in our minds of what our life should be. I’ve never been in the kind of love those pictures paint and I’m learning that I’d rather paint my own picture. Life is so much bigger than the frame we try to stick it in.”
“It’s definitely coming from the raw place that I’m at and this one really does scare me the most,” she sighs. “I like imagining a heart like a house and you’re walking through all the different rooms. This one is a scary room to me. I really do want to crack the door open and let some light in. Hopefully when people hear it, they’ll imagine the same door opening a little bit for themselves too.”
As the world slowly returns to normal, Townes is excited about returning to the stage and reconnecting with audiences. “I couldn’t be more excited to start this adventure and to get to share these songs,” she says. “I’m feeling so thrilled for this new chapter and can’t wait to get out on the road. It does feel like kind of turning the next page. I hope people feel the way it’s a bit more personal, and feel the invitation for it to become more personal to them too. Thinking about somebody out there listening, and feeling like they aren’t alone, is always at the front of my heart when creating music. It’s what matters the most to me.”