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Tenille Townes to release ‘Road to the Lemonade Stand’ EP on February 7 ahead of her debut album in Spring

16 January 2020 Featured news


Tenille Townes will give fans a glimpse into her new album ‘The Lemonade Stand’ by releasing an EP titled ‘Road to the Lemonade Stand’ on February 7. You can pre-save or pre-order it here.

Produced by Jay Joyce, the six-track EP will feature a number of songs that fans will be familiar with, including Jersey on the WallSomebody’s DaughterWhite Horse and I Kept All the Roses, while there will also be a cover of Keith Urban’s Stupid Boy in addition to an original song, titled Holding Out For the One.

Speaking about the EP, Townes said that she wanted to share it for the people who have been with her as she makes her way up the ladder and that she wanted to keep these songs very much alive, while she also dedicated it to the people that have shared their experiences with her and in turn, helped write the songs that feature.

“I wanted to put out this EP to continue to tell the story of these songs,” Townes said. “This EP is for everyone that has been on this road with me so far…the ones who have shared their stories at the shows and in messages and who have given these songs a home. You have shaped me and shaped the meaning of ‘The Lemonade Stand’. I’m so excited to walk on this ‘Road to the Lemonade Stand’ with you.”

In a few months time, Tenille Townes will be performing as a Main Stage act at C2C 2020, performing an ‘in the round’ of sorts performance alongside Eric Paslay and Abby Anderson.  Towards the end of 2020, Townes performed a headline date in London, which had to be upgraded due to demand, while she also shone at Country Music Week, performing at the Country Hits Radio Hub.