There Goes The Neighborhood. Jenny Tolman has arrived.
Visitors who take the aural journey inside the city limits of Jenny Tolman's conceptual town will likely find plenty of familiar characters in her neighborhood – ambitious workers, strutting ladies, loving partners and fragile souls. While exploring the citizenry, listeners might even find themselves.
In the process, they’ll get to know Jenny Tolman, a Nashville-based singer/songwriter who relays big chunks of her personality as she plays with her new neighbors. The songs are smart, playful, insightful and vulnerable – much like the increasingly successful woman behind them.
Through the charmingly thought provoking "Something to Complain About," Tolman is racking up plays on Spotify as she builds a winning concert profile, opening for such country hitmakers as Lee Ann Womack, Cole Swindell, Michael Ray and Alabama. Rolling Stone hailed her among “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know” as well as naming her set one of the "20 Best Free Concerts" of CMA Fest 2018. Music Row’s respected reviewer Robert K. Oermann implored Nashville labels to “sign her before somebody else does.”