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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – 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.

"I am beyond grateful for the opportunity to showcase these amazing women of country music at my favorite place in the world, Jackson Hole!" shared Tolman. "The impact each of them has had on the genre so far is historic- especially as we are so proud and excited to bring an all-female country music festival to Jackson! Saddle up and get ready for Cowgirls at the Cowboy!"

Kicking off the festival on Friday, October 7, Tolman will be joined by fellow critically-acclaimed singer-songwriters, Natalie Hemby (Miranda Lambert, Lady Gaga, Jon Pardi, Little Big Town), Caitlyn Smith (Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, John Legend, Meghan Trainor) and RaeLynn ("God Made Girls," "Love Triangle," "I Love My Hometown") for a writers' round.

On Saturday, October 8, Tolman and her band will make a triumphant return to the venue featured on the cover and video of her most recent album release. Co-headlining that night will be North Carolina native Carter Faith, recently named “the future of the next ten years of Nashville.” With her 1.2 million monthly listeners on Spotify, Carter recently became the first country artist to ever be listed in Spotify’s “Fresh Finds Program.” She and her band will bring her own brand of country, reminiscent of Kacey Musgraves and Miranda Lambert. Fresh off her own successful dates, as well as Kenny Chesney’s 2022 HERE AND NOW TOUR, Carly Pearce will headline an intimate set on Sunday night with powerful songs from her album 29: Written In Stone, including her history-making third No. 1 “Never Wanted To Be That Girl” and her latest single “What He Didn’t Do.” The Grand Ole Opry member’s performance will further cement why Pearce has won several CMA, ACM and CMT awards and connects with so many listeners. “There’s no more exciting way to close-out this celebration weekend of strong country women,” Tolman said, “than by featuring the reigning top female country artist as our headliner. We are thrilled.” Tickets will range from $50 - $500, will be sold for each night, and may be purchased online at On-sale date is Friday, July 29 at 10 a.m. (MT). Doors will open each night at 7 p.m., with shows beginning at 8 p.m.. Must be 21+. The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, established in 1937, is widely regarded as a national treasure and is regularly named one of the top honky tonks in the country. The Cowboy is committed to continuing its rich tradition of hosting the most iconic names in country music. #saddleup.

To keep up with Jenny Tolman be sure to follow her on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter and visit ABOUT JENNY TOLMAN: Sweet yet sassy, vintage yet fresh, an old soul with a new vision and some incredible comedic timing, country music songstress Jenny Tolman is the breath of fresh air that the genre needs now. Having woven the incredible storyline of her life into her music thus far, Tolman has found a way to create albums which tie up all that life has handed her – both the good and the bad and the downright tragic – and makes it sound beautiful. On her new album Married in a Honky Tonk, Tolman brings a kaleidoscope of stories and emotions to the country music table with the swagger of a certified superstar.


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