Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Tenille uses music to help out others

Tenille

     Tenille, a country artist from Grande Prairie, Alberta, is setting the standard for new country artists when it comes to helping out n the community. As an Ambassador with the Tim Horton's Foundation and her own benefit for Sunrise House the only youth emergency shelter north of Edmonton in Alberta. Tenille has definitely set the bar high
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Tenille on the K-Days North Stage 07/22/2014

Tenille, at the Age of 9 actually sang on stage with Shania Twain at Rexall Place in Edmonton.  
Tenille on the K-Days North Stage 07/22/2014

At the end of July, Tenille, headed to the Chengdu International Youth Festival, (which included a visit to a children's orphanage where she interacted with the children) as the first Canadian to participate in the festival since it's inception in 2007.  She returns to Canada, to continue her work with the Tim Horton's Foundation, visiting Camps in Kanaskis, Alberta and in Kentucky.

The 2010 CCMA Slaight humanitarian award winner will be continuing her work with Sunrise house to raise funds to keep the facility operating in Northern Alberta with her sixth
Big Hearts For Big Kids Concert in 2015.

Tenille always with a smile.
Tenille is an inspiration to the Country Music industry in Canada and with her latest Album "Light"'s third release now out "halfway to somewhere" this young lady is going to be around for a long time.

You can find out more about Tenille and her work in the community on her website.

Tenille's Website