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The Cassettes present "He Said, She Said"

The Cassettes present "He Said, She Said"

Tue · March 21, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:30 pm

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This event is 18 and over

Tenille
Tenille
Tenille is paving her own way in this business of country music in Canada. As we’ve watched this young aspiring artist, grow before our eyes into a young woman, Tenille is quickly becoming a role model to many and has an infectious way of inspiring everyone she comes across, with her contagious smile and uplifting attitude.

Tenille embarked into 2013 with single “Dear Heart” which received great reviews, entered top 100 on Trax and is currently in high rotation on the Family Channel.

Late summer, Tenille released her highly anticipated 3rd single “Halfway To Somewhere” off of her new album “Light”, a great departure from her previous release, introducing us to a wiser and more grown young adult.

This album gives us insight to the trials and tribulations of a teenager facing growing into a woman, falling in love and being carefree with your heart.

Tenille is known for her philanthropy contributions, which resulted in being honoured as the youngest recipient in history to be presented with the Slaight Music Humanitarian Award at the 2012 Canadian Country Music Awards.

In 2012 Tenille was also recognized by the Grande Prairie & District Chamber of Commerce – Business Excellence Award for “Young Entrepreneur of the Year” and recently in early 2013 received the Queen Elizabeth II – Diamond Jubilee Medal. Following this great honour, Tenille also received The Alberta Country Music Association’s Award for “Female Artist of the Year” for the 2nd year in a row and also was awarded with the 2012 “Fan’s Choice”. September 2013 Tenille received a CCMA nomination for “Interactive Artist of the Year” and most recently won The 2013 ACMA “Fans’ Choice” Award.

Tenille intends to use her developing career and notoriety to continue to give back through music to communities across Canada. Grande Prairie’s starlet is setting her mark on country fans and industry alike with her strong advocacy for ‘giving back,’ with heavy fundraising efforts with several organizations and in addition, to creating her own annual music event Big Hearts for Big Kids benefiting Sunrise House, the youth emergency shelter serving a wide area of Northern Alberta. In the four-year event tenure, $350,000 has been raised which helped to keep the shelter doors open.

In addition to being busy finding ways to “give back”; Tenille started her own headlining tour, called “Play It Forward”. This tour kicked off in her home province of Alberta in October 2012. Tenille traveled to schools across Alberta with a message through music and motivational speaking for students, promoting positive leadership efforts for Canada’s youth. During the 5-week duration, Tenille managed to reach over 10,000 students in 29 schools all over the province. With Alberta being such a great success, the nation wide tour started for 12 weeks in March and continued to June of 2013 from British Columbia to Ontario. The remainder of this tour is now in progress, which headed out on September 11th to Yellowknife and then continued east to Ontario. The tour is currently working its way through the Maritimes for a duration of 14 weeks ending the 1st week of December.

Tenille has been fortunate to land opening slots for well-known acts including Terri Clark, Randy Travis, Easton Corbin, John Landry, Aaron Pritchett, Emerson Drive and Gord Bamford. She has performed at some of Canada’s biggest country music festivals including The Calgary Stampede, Big Valley Jamboree, Manitoulin Country Fest, Bud Country and heard across the country on Breakfast Television Edmonton, CTV’s national morning show and Canada AM.

Signed to Royalty Records in 2011, Tenille released her sophomore album on March 12th, 2013 entitled “LIGHT”.
Adam Sanders
Adam Sanders
Adam Sanders grew up in the north Florida town of Lake City, where he spent much of his youth with music; playing local fairs, talent shows and town festivals. While spending summers with his dad in Nashville, Adam found himself in and out of studios on Music Row with his uncle and professional session musician, Scotty Sanders. It was then that Adam fell in love with the recording process, and the creative side of the music business. He knew this was where he was meant to be. With a plan of moving to Music City following high school graduation, Adam would spend as much time as possible, teaching himself to write songs about the things in life he knew about.

In 2007, Adam made the move to Nashville. While working construction on the side to pay the bills, Adam's songwriting opened to co-writing, and building core relationships in the business. After just two years, Adam landed his first publishing deal with Big Yellow Dog Music and has had songs recorded by super stars such as Luke Bryan, whose album Crash My Party (featuring Sanders' "Out Like That") had the third highest debut of any record in 2013. Since then, more of Adam's original songs have landed on projects by artists including (friend and fellow collaborator), Cole Swindell ("Ain't Worth The Whiskey" & "Dozen Roses and A Six Pack"), Dierks Bentley ("Sounds of Summer"), Dustin Lynch ("Hell of a Night") and Scotty McCreery. He scored his first #1 single as a songwriter in March, 2015, when "Ain't Worth The Whiskey" hit the top of the chart and had a second #1 with "Hell of a Night" in the summer of '15.

Adam is signed with world-wide talent agency, William Morris Endeavor, and has been burning up the road, sharing stages with the likes of Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, Eric Church, Thomas Rhett, Randy Houser, Dustin Lynch, Josh Thompson, Easton Corbin, The Cadillac Three, Gary Allan, Eric Paslay and more.

Adam's debut single, "Nothin' To Do But Drink," was released in 2014 and was a Highway Finds track on SiriusXM. In early 2015, Spotify chose Adam as of Country's "One's To Watch." His second single "Somewhere That You Don't Go" was produced by Mickey Jack Cones (Dustin Lynch, Joe Nichols, Trace Adkins), released in May of 2015 and was another Highway Finds hit.

In the winter of 2015, Adam wrapped up an extensive tour with Cole Swindell. His current single "Thunder" was produced by Zach Crowell (Sam Hunt, Carrie Underwood) and has been streamed over 7.5 million times. Adam is continuing to tour and work on new music in 2016.
Ingrid Andress
Ingrid Andress
Ingrid Andress is a singer/songwriter based in Nashville, TN, who began her music career studying vocals and music composition at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. It was there she joined the college's a cappella group, Pitch Slapped, and was able to compete with them on NBC's national television show The Sing-Off for Season 2, which ultimately lead to the formation of the all-female a cappella group, Delilah, for Season 3. As a soprano for Delilah, Ingrid has been involved in various television shows and a cappella festivals around the world.

While at Berklee, Ingrid was selected for a songwriting class taught by iconic pop songwriter, Kara DioGuardi. After a year of writing and moving to Nashville, Ingrid landed a publishing deal with Dioguardi's Los Angeles company, Arthouse, and one of Nashville's highly esteemed publishing companies, Sea Gayle. She currently splits her time in LA and Nashville, collaborating with varied pop artists/writers and producers.
Justin Adams
Justin Adams
Country music singer and songwriter Justin Adams is a Bixby, Oklahoma native. He played football at the University of Northern Iowa and currently holds the school record with 54 consecutive games played, never missing a game. Upon graduation he moved back home to Oklahoma and it became clear that his drive to be a singer/songwriter would not be fulfilled there, and it was time to move to Nashville. So in the fall of 2010, knowing only one other person in the city, Justin packed his bags and headed for Music City.

In 2013 Adams independently released his self-titled EP, recorded at the prestigious Castle Studios. Justin's debut EP reached #4 on the iTunes Country Music Album charts, #36 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart and #59 on the Billboard Country Albums. The track list includes songs co-written with some of Nashville's finest writers such as Kent Blazy and Karyn Rochelle – co-writer of the EP's standout song "Miss Me Whiskey".

Recently signed to Universal Music Publishing Nashville, Adams regularly writes with award winning and #1 songwriters the likes of Mark Nesler (Tim McGraw "Just To See You Smile"), Chris Lindsey and Aimee Mayo (Lonestar "Amazed"), Tony Martin (Keith Urban "You Look Good In My Shirt"), Steve Bogard (George Strait "Carrying Your Love With Me"), and Phil O'Donnell (George Strait's 60th #1 "Give It All We Got Tonight").

Justin's high energy live shows and captivating songs have kept him with a busy touring schedule having the opportunity to share the stage with nationally touring acts such as Trace Adkins, Joe Nichols, Craig Morgan, Dustin Lynch, Eli Young Band, David Nail, Love and Theft, Easton Corbin, Eric Paslay and Charlie Worsham.
Sara Haze
Sara Haze
Just a California girl living the dream in Nashville.
Andy Albert
Andy Albert
Andy Albert is a country, rock, and pop writer/producer residing in Nashville, TN. Andy has had singles with artists such as Blake Shelton (“She’s Got A Way With Words”), Granger Smith (“If the Boot Fits”), Nick Fradiani (“All On You”), and more. He has been honored with an ASCAP Award for pop/rock songwriting, as well as placing in the top 3 in the Pop category for the John Lennon Songwriting Contest.
Andy is currently signed to Downtown Publishing
Adam Hambrick
Adam Hambrick
Adam Hambrick is a lucky guy. He would even go so far as to say he won the songwriter lottery when country star Justin Moore found him on an Arkansas morning TV show in 2011. Moore’s by-chance channel surfing introduction opened the door for Adam to move to Nashville, turning his part-time pursuits into a full-time career in country music.

As the son of a Baptist pastor, Adam’s musical roots are in the church, singing hymns with his family. They are in the country and bluegrass standards that his grandparents love, and they are in the pop hits that defined the 90s and 2000s. These are the influences that have guided Adam to write songs that have been recorded by Justin Moore, Miranda Lambert, Eli Young Band, Dan + Shay and more.

While Adam’s main focus is his songwriting, the touring and performing aspects of his career continue to grow. He played 40 shows across 6 states in 2015 with a diverse group of artists including Eli Young Band, Josh Abbott Band, Steve Moakler, Chris Lane and others. Adam continues to develop with every show, turning heads with his unique songs and signature voice.

Whatever happens next for this Arkansas singer/songwriter, one thing is obvious: he is determined to make the most of the good fortune that brought him to Nashville. You can listen to Adam’s newest offering, "July" exclusively on Soundcloud and at www.AdamHambrick.com
Travis Denning
Travis Denning
Being born and raised in middle Georgia, there are a few things that everyone grows up with that are an absolutely necessity. Family, friends, football and sweet tea are all a given, but Travis Denning had one: Music.

"I can remember sitting in the front seat of my Dad's truck and him putting on AC/DC. I couldn't have been more than 6 years old, but i knew right then that I wanted to play guitar," he says. "and when he showed me the Allman Brothers Band's "Melissa", I knew I wanted to do it for the rest of my life."

I think it's safe to say he's stuck to it. With a powerful voice and a mature musicianship beyond his years, Travis has proven himself as a must see live performer. Travis made the move to Nashville in January 2014 to pursue his dreams, and within the first year made great steps towards a long career in country music. In November of the same year, Travis signed his first publishing deal with Jeremy Stover's RED Creative Group. On the music he writes and performs, Travis says the easiest place to find inspiration and motivation, is the place where it all started. "I like to think that I sing about everything that is me, and everything I know and a lot of that is what I grew up doing and learning back in my hometown. I think that's really important to convey, so that it comes out honest. Whether it's a song about love, loss, life or Friday nights, there's a piece of me in there."
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://thehighwatt.com/