Tenille is a Canadian country music singer, from Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada who is signed to Royalty Records. In 2011, at the age of 17, she was nominated for a Canadian Country Music Award for Female Artist of the Year.
Tenille Nadkrynechny was raised in Grande Prairie, Alberta, and attended Peace Wapiti Academy for high school. In 2009, Tenille released her first single "Home Now", a song she wrote from the perspective of a daughter whose father is posted in the war in Afghanistan, a topic she learned about in school. The track was produced by country musician Duane Steele.
Tenille released her first album, Real, in June 2011. She has raised over $300,000 for Sunrise House, a shelter for homeless youth in Alberta, Canada, through her annual fundraiser, Big Hearts For Big Kids. She appeared on the national television show Canada AM in August 2011, performing her single "Real Me", and has released multiple songs to radio. She released her second album, Light, in March 2013.