Reviver Records artist Tenille Arts stepped away from her radio tour last week to go back to her hometown of Weyburn, Saskatchewan to help raise money for Cystic Fibrosis by performing at the Night Out. Tenille has been involved in the Night Out fundraising events since the beginning. This was the 10th annual event where they raised over $22,000. Ever since she came to the first event, she developed a passion for helping raise money for this disease. Tenille spoke with DiscoverWeyburn.com where she shared her feelings on the disease, “Not only would it be horrible to have a sibling have this disease, for me, I probably wouldn’t be able to do what I’m doing with my life right now if I had Cystic Fibrosis.” Tenille is now back in the US this week visiting radio stations throughout the Southwest before she heads to Nashville. This up and coming artist with over five million streams on her music is performing at the Wildhorse Saloon from 4:45-5:15 p.m. this Sunday, which will be a great end to the last day of CMA fest, as she is one country artist to watch for in 2018.