Tenille Arts is taking the holiday season by storm (pun intended) this year with her new single “A Winter Wonderland.”
This song tells a story about all the Christmas classics such as snowflakes, cinnamon, first dates and ice skates but the only thing she can think about is how a past lover is spending the holiday without her.
“A Winter Wonderland” feels nostalgic to listen to, almost like you’re in the song and experiencing those feelings with Tenille.
This Christmas single is about reflection and really gives you a “missing someone during the holiday season” vibe, which we can all relate to in one way or another.
Tenille Arts has a mesmerizing voice that makes you want to keep her music on repeat, especially with the catchy lyrics and beautiful melody of the song.
If you’re a Christmas music fanatic, this is a must add to your holiday playlist!
More About Tenille Arts
Tenille Arts is an award-winning Canadian artist from the small prairie town of Weyburn, Saskatchewan. She now calls Nashville, Tennessee her home.
In 2020, she released her very first album Love, Heartbreak, & Everything in Between, that includes her first#1 single “Somebody Like That.” This song made history in the Country charts as the first single that was written, performed and produced by all females.
In 2021, Tenille was nominated for her first ACM award for New Female Artist of the Year.
She recently wrapped up touring with Lady A, and soon will hit the roads again touring with Dierks Bentley and Jordan Davis, and then again with Scotty McCreery in 2022.
Keep your eyes peeled for more to come from this up-and-coming Canadian Country artist, and be sure to follow Tenille Arts for more exciting updates as well!
Stream “A Winter Wonderland” by Tenille Arts
Hey, I’m Taylor Jean! Lover of all thing’s country from my cowboy boots to my down-home roots. When I’m not out seeking an adventure or jammin’ to some country tunes by a fire, I’m working at JR Country radio station in Vancouver. A few of my favourite country artists are Dallas Smith, Tim McGraw, and Jon Pardi.