Mitchell Tenpenny Surprised With Double Platinum Plaque At Nashville Show

(L-R): Tenpenny’s day to day manager J. T. Pratt, Riser House Records President Jennifer Johnson, co-manager Haley McLemore, Sony Music Nashville Sr. Director Marketing Jennifer Way, co-manager Kristen Ashley, Mitchell Tenpenny, Sony Music Nashville’s Chairman/CEO Randy Goodman, Director Digital Sales/Streaming Alaina Vehec, and SVP Media/Corporate Communications Allen Brown, and WME’s Barrett Sellers. Photo credit: Nina Marshall

Mitchell Tenpenny was surprised with an RIAA Double Platinum plaque for “Drunk Me” last night (Oct. 10) at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works. The Riser House/Columbia Nashville recording artist received the plaque from record label execs and his management and booking team before the show, which is the kickoff of his headlining Anything She Says Tour.

Tenpenny has fueled an undeniable breakout story with his No. 1 hit, “Drunk Me,” from his debut album Telling All My Secrets. The 11-song project, released Dec. 14, earned him 2018’s best first-week showing for a major label country debut album. “Drunk Me,” which Tenpenny co-wrote and co-produced, has amassed over 300 million streams since its release.

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