14 Dec Country Newcomer SETH ENNIS Sets 2016 Two-Week Add Record with Debut Radio Single “Woke Up In Nashville”
Ennis tops early 2017 Ones To Watch lists, makes Grand Ole Opry debut this Friday
Arista Nashville’s Seth Ennis storms into the country genre setting the record for the most two-week adds from a debut male artist in 2016 with a staggering 66 country radio stations spinning his debut single “Woke Up In Nashville.” The 24 year-old multi-instrumentalist, co-wrote, co-produced and played all parts on the single which boasts an impressive 2.2 million collective streams, over 22,000 downloads and an average of 10 single sales per radio airplay spin to date.
On Friday, Seth will perform his standout single when he makes his Grand Ole Opry debut on the Ryman stage alongside Little Big Town and Vince Gill.
Poised for a breakout 2017, Ennis received early nods as a star on the rise being named an artist to watch by CMT, Pandora and Rolling Stone Country. Exciting New Year plans continue to build for Seth as he recently announced he will join Florida Georgia Line on their 2017 Dig Your Roots Tour for dates spanning from February to April ’17.