Telling All My Secrets
Released December 14, 2018
Alcohol You Later
FGL Fest 2019
Florida Georgia Line will headline FGL Fest Sept. 7 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The lineup also includes Dan + Shay, Mitchell Tenpenny, Canaan Smith, Blanco Brown, Payton Smith and Nelly. The event leads up to the Big Machine 400 at the Brickyard Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race the following day. Tickets for both events available here.
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Mitchell Tenpenny Sets Nashville Shows for July
Mitchell Tenpenny is set to play two notable Nashville listening rooms, and welcome a string of guests, on July 8-10. On July 8, Tenpenny will host a writers round at the Listening Room Café featuring Jameson Rodgers, Seaforth, and The Sisterhood Band. He will take the stage at City Winery on July 9, 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, andJordan Schmidt. On July 10, Tenpenny will 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.
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Mitchell performs on Today Show
Mitchell Tenpenny performed “Drunk Me” on NBC‘s Today this morning (1/8). Watch here.
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Mitchell carries on Family Legacy
Mitchell Tenpenny fell in love with songwriting watching his grandmother, Donna Hilley. A radio DJ-turned-publishing company executive, Hilley worked her way up to the position of president and CEO of Sony / ATV Nashville in the early 1990s. Responsible for signing acts such as Little Big Town, Hilley is also a big part of the reason her grandson decided to pursue songwriting and a country music career himself. Hilley bought Tenpenny his first ProTools rig and a guitar, and she told him to learn his way around a number of instruments and how to produce his own material. Shortly thereafter, Hilley got sick (she died in 2012), but, Tenpenny tells The Boot, “it was enough to inspire me to learn how to play everything … and not be dependent on other people in the room.” Read the full story HERE.
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