Tenpenny plans Nashville residency
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Tenpenny plans Nashville residency

Tuesday, July 2, 2019 – Mitchell Tenpenny is set for a Nashville residency July 8-10 at listening rooms throughout the city, featuring a diverse lineup of artists and songwriters.

On July 8, the CMT and ACM Awards nominee will host a writers round at the Listening Room Cafe featuring Jameson Rodgers, Seaforth and The Sisterhood Band.

The next day, he will take the stage at City Winery hosting NSAI's "Artists & the Songwriters They Love" series with songwriters from his debut album "Telling All My Secrets," including Devin Dawson, Andy Albert, Dallas Wilson and Jordan Schmidt.

Tenpenny closes out the residency on July 10 with a return to Listening Room Café for a night of songs and stories featuring special surprise guests.

Tickets for all shows are available now at listeningroomcafe.com and citywinery.com. Fresh off his performance at the 2019 CMT Music Awards - where he was also nominated for Breakthrough Video of the Year for his number one hit "Drunk Me" - Tenpenny recently released an acoustic version of his current single "Alcohol You Later."


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CD review - Telling All My Secrets Mitchell Tenpenny is yet one more artist stretching the definition of country music - nearly to the breaking point. While he sings with a distinctly enjoyable, Otis Redding-like soulful voice, the arrangements to these songs on his second album feature far more pop than twang. Steve Earle famously commented how contemporary country music is "hip-hop for people who are afraid of black people," but some of it - including this album's songs - sounds like pop music that doesn't ...


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