NASHVILLE, Tenn. – With "angelic tones, impeccable harmonies and an overall country western throwback vibe (Today's Country Magazine)," Jenny Tolman releases her newest single, "Rodeo Must Be a Woman," available everywhere today.
To stream and download "Rodeo Must Be a Woman," click HERE.
Along with the single, Tolman also released the stunning, picturesque visualizer for "Rodeo Must Be a Woman." The Tennessee Starnoted that Tolman's "songs are unique and can be over-the-top fun or unexpectedly emotional. 'Rodeo Must Be a Woman' falls in the latter category as it catches you off guard with its heavy, heartfelt message." To watch the official visualizer video for "Rodeo Must Be a Woman," click HERE.
Succeeding the release of "Rodeo Must Be a Woman," Tolman is set to host the second annual Cowgirls at The Cowboy festival in the picturesque town of Jackson, Wyoming in just one week (October 6-8). The festival, expertly curated by Tolman herself, boasts an all-female lineup featuring the multi-platinum ACM New Female Artist of the Year, Lauren Alaina, as the headliner. Joining her are luminaries like Deana Carter, known for hits like "Strawberry Wine" and "We Danced Anyway," as well as Ashley Monroe, recognized for her collaborations with country icons Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, and Sara Evans. The powerhouse duo Tigirlily Gold, alongside Tolman, will further amplify the festival's allure.
In conjunction with the festival, Tolman has released a four-episode podcast, The Road to Cowgirls at The Cowboy, featuring interviews with Tigirlily Gold, Ashley Monroe, Caitlyn Smith (who performed at last year's festival), and Carissa Culiner from CMT, who will, once again, be covering this year's festival. Tolman and her special guests talk everything women-in-country, from the festival in Jackson Hole and life on the road, to music and motherhood. You can listen to all episodes HERE and watch on Tolman’s YouTube channel HERE.
Nashville native, Jenny Tolman is your "ride or die" kind of artist. Her songs will make audiences laugh, cry, stomp their feet, clap their hands and shake their heads in wonder at her inciteful, story-like lyrics. With a razor-sharp wit and throwback sound, she is this generation’s Roger Miller – just as funny, just as flashy, but from a decidedly feminine perspective. Her sophomore album, Married in a Honky Tonk – which made Wide Open Country’s list of the Most Anticipated Country Albums of 2022 – was released with critics proclaiming it "stunning" (American Songwriter) and permeated with "in-your-face humor and witty lyrics that have become increasingly rare in country music" (Billboard). From curating the first all-female country music festival, "Cowgirls at The Cowboy," at the world famous Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, featured on CMT’s Hot 20 Count-down, to garnering a viral music video for her single, "Watering the Weeds," Tolman continues to prove she has the talent and work ethic to become a country music powerhouse.