With a razor-sharp wit and throwback sound, Jenny Tolman is on deck to become her generation’s Roger Miller—a comedic troubadour with a decidedly feminine perspective, offering savvy wordplay and wisdom far beyond her years. With titles like “High Class White Trash,” her debut album There Goes the Neighborhood lit up Nashville in 2020 by delivering engaging snapshots of small-town life in the fictional Jennyville. Not many new artists would step into the spotlight quite so brazenly but doing so has been worth the gamble thus far for Tolman, with the Nashville Scene singling out There Goes the Neighborhood as “Best Country Debut Album,” while The Tennessean named her an “Artist to Watch” and MusicRow Magazine included her in its “Next Big Thing” Class of 2020. Pretty heady stuff for a 25-year-old whom veteran Music Row writer Robert K. Oermann says is “practically single-handedly bringing humor back into country music.”
Jackson Hole favorite Jenny Tolman's inaugural festival "Cowgirls at The Cowboy" announces reigning ACM and CMA Female Artist/Vocalist of the Year Carly Pearce as headliner. The newly announced festival includes an all-female lineup staged at Jackson's iconic Million Dollar Cowboy Bar October 7-9. The three-night celebration of women in country music will feature some of the industry's hottest established and emerging female singers and songwriters.
As revealed on People.com, critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Jenny Tolman and her husband, GRAMMY-nominated producer Dave Brainard are expecting their first baby.
Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Jenny Tolman and GRAMMY-nominated producer Dave Brainard long prayed for a picture-perfect setting for their outdoor wedding. And this past Saturday, March 19, that's exactly what they received.
Critically-acclaimed singer songwriter Jenny Tolman "brought the laughs -- and the earworming entertainment (Tennessean / Marcus K. Dowling)" with her new video for the title track of her sophomore album "Married in a Honky Tonk."
Celebrate the highly anticipated release of "Nashville's finest unsigned talent" (MusicRow), Jenny Tolman's sophomore album Married in a Honky Tonk tonight at Riverside Revival. Backed by her band, Tolman will perform tracks from the deeply personal project for the first time. The evening will feature complimentary sips 'n' sliders from Wyoming Whiskey and The Local. A portion of proceeds from Tolman's album release show will benefit ACM Lifting Lives®, an organization that funds music health programs while also serving members of the music community who face unexpected hardships through its Diane Holcomb Emergency Relief Fund.