Tenille Townes' fans absolutely adore her and it's easy to see why. She lights up a room with warmth and kindness everywhere she goes, whether it's on stage playing for thousands or making new friends with fans who have come to love her world-worn yet optimistic sound.
Flying into London for her UK tour, Tenille Townes joins us at The Betsey Trotwood pub on a cosy Thursday afternoon for the first ever Holler Live Session. As soon as she arrives, Tenille is compassionate and thoughtful; exactly what she's become known for embodying in her music.
Where her live show has grown into a fiery rock n' roll experience, for the session it's simply her and her guitar, exactly how her music was first formed and intended to be heard.
Performing songs from her latest album Masquerades and an instant classic from her 2018 debut The Lemonade Stand, Townes' breathtaking, unique voice takes centre stage - filling the room with melody and heart.
Playing 'Same Road Home', 'The Last Time' and 'Somebody's Daughter', Townes lets us into her world, one where openness is welcomed, being yourself is encouraged and embracing what you're feeling inside is never something to be ashamed of.