Jenny Tolman, named by Rolling Stone one of the most “vivid and fascinating” artists to emerge on the recent music scene, will bring her “country music magic” to the next Showroom Session on Thursday, March 19th.
Blending the songwriting styles of her influences Dolly Parton, Shel Silverstein and Roger Miller, Tolman’s debut release, There Goes the Neighborhood, takes the listener on a trip through the fictional town of Jennyville, full of what The Boot calls “color, comedy and poignant, incisive lyrics that paint a vivid portrait where eccentric, vibrant characters live, and aren’t afraid to do-si-do around tender subjects and call things like they are.” The album has been included on numerous Best of 2019 lists, ranking #24 on Rolling Stone’s Top 40 list. Singles like “So Pretty,” “High Class White Trash” and “My Welcome Mat,” exemplify her quirky, tender and humorous style.
Justin Smith, talent buyer for the Silver Dollar Bar, said “We are so excited to showcase this young, rising star for our next Showroom Session. Jenny has all the makings of a great, long-lasting entertainer, and we’re thrilled to introduce her to this region.” Tolman has performed around the country with acts including ALABAMA, Toby Keith, Brantley Gilbert, Cole Swindell, Lee Ann Womack and others. She will be accompanied on this special night by songwriter Dave Brainard, her GRAMMY-nominated producer (Brandy Clark’s 12 Stories).
Doors open at 6pm. Tickets ($150) include a wine reception, meet-and-greet, dinner and the show, and will go on-sale on Friday, February 7th at noon (MST) at The Wort Hotel or online here.
The Silver Dollar Showroom Sessions is a unique, semi-annual concert series featuring world-class songwriters in an intimate setting, coupled with a creative chef’s choice menu and wine paring. Previous Showroom Sessions have included Steve Wariner, Mac McAnally and Larry Gatlin.