Embrace some playful countryside with ‘I Know Some Cowboys’ by Jenny Tolman

“I Know Some Cowboys”, the main single from the rising country star Jenny TolmanThe group’s upcoming new album, is a fun, fun song with an equally creative and entertaining video. The green screen imagery created to go along with this hilarious single almost distracts listeners from the real star in this equation, Tolman’s amazing voice and tunes. For a great country time, you’ve come to the right place!

Tolman shares, “I love making something transcendent with this Music video for ‘I Know Some Cowboys.’ The song’s premise presents itself with something very playful, intuitive. So, after searching for the right director, I landed Grant Claire, who is also the DP for my music video on “There Goes the Neighborhood,” and he’s absolutely full of energy about what we do. trying to take out from the song ! (And obviously understands my sense of humour, from our previous project together- haha) He sent me this horrible premise of the green screen, the big/small ones, and I was haunted by it! The day of shooting was a blast and Grant worked his magic spells to make it all as great as you see it on your screen! I’m so excited to share this with everyone! ”

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Newcomer to the countryside carefree, quirky and extremely interesting Jenny Tolman ready to take over Music City, with its wit and razor-sharp repulsive sound. Her debut album There Goes the Neighborhood light up Nashville in 2020. A collection of 13 songs — with titles like “White Premium Trash Can” and “Until My Tank Is Empty” offer compelling snapshots of the market small town life in the fictional Jennyville.

Tolman, a native of Nashville, started singing before she could even remember and started playing the piano by ear at age 3. “I would come home from church, sit at the piano and play the songs we just sang,” she explained. “By the time I was in middle school,” she added, “I loved writing stories. I started playing the flute in fifth grade and was first in my high school concert band. Then, when I was 16, everything came together when I got a guitar,” she said. “It was like a lightbulb moment when I realized I could combine everything I love – singing, music, writing… and become a country singer-songwriter!”

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Last year, in an effort to keep busy during the quarantine, Tolman turned to another love – cooking. Her YouTube show “Quarantine Kitchen” has become so popular that it is moving into a new format. “Hey Good Cookin”, is Tolman’s favorite story gluten-, dairy-free and egg-free versions of “food safe”.

You may have caught Tolman recently on Fox & Friends performing another new single “Lonely in the Lonestar.” NShe was also honored to be invited by family and friends of American hero Lance Cpl. Rylee McCollum will perform at his memorial service Saturday, October 23 at McCollum’s hometown of Jackson, Wyoming. At her family’s request, she sang “Lonely in the Lone Star.” Tolman and his co-writers donated all proceeds from the song to Rylee’s family, plus the families of 12 other soldiers who died in Kabul.

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Caroline Bleakley

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