TENILLE with special guest John Landry
release HOME NOW
and support Wounded Warriors
Toronto, Canada. CCMA Nominee Tenille entered her Junior-High school social studies class a few years ago, where politics and the plight in Afghanistan were topics of discussion. The experience resonated with the artist and inspired her to write HOME NOW – a young girl’s thoughts about her father serving overseas.
In time for Remembrance Day, HOME NOW, featuring Juno Nominee and multi award winner John Landry — also a Canadian Air Force pilot — is being released with a portion of each digital download from itunes supporting, Wounded Warriors.ca, a not for profit registered Canadian charity that assists Canadian Forces members who have suffered visible and non visible injuries.
“We are constantly approached to have artists and their music align with us,” said Captain Wayne Johnston, founder of Wounded Warriors.ca, “and for various reasons the requests are turned down. When we were approached about Tenille, and the background of how HOME NOW was written, we listened. Here is a young Canadian student that was impacted by the current events of the world and translated that into a song; and that song is very real for all of us that have served. Tenille’s initiative in supporting Wounded Warriors through the sale of each itune download is to her credit. We are honoured to be working with her.”