Can we start with a bit of background? How did you get started in music, and what have been the defining moments that have helped get you to where you are today?

Teni Rane: I’m a Tennessee girl, although you may not hear too much twang in my voice! I grew up around music and singer-songwriters and listening rooms in Chattanooga, TN, and looking back on it now, maybe it was inevitable that I’d end up trying my hand at it eventually. There was this amazing little coffeehouse called Charles and Myrtle’s, where I spent a LOT of Saturday nights in my early childhood years…

Read the full interview at The Big Takeover

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