Tenille Nicole Nadkrynechny, known professionally as Tenille Townes, is a country singer hailing from Grande Prarie, Alberta. Her first independent single "Home Now," which was written from the perspective of a soldier's daughter, caught the eye of the Canadian music industry. Her debut album Real, released in mid-2011, earned her a nomination for the Canadian Country Music Award for Female Artist of the Year. Her second album Light dropped She soon relocated to Nashville, TN to further hone her art and subsequently signed a record deal. Her top songs include the hits "Holding Out for the One," "Somebody's Daughter," "Jersey on the Wall (I'm Just Asking)," "The Most Beautiful Things," "One in a Million" and "White Horse."