#CMchat Exclusive Interview: Jenny Tolman and “Something To Complain About”
Jan12

#CMchat Exclusive Interview: Jenny Tolman and “Something To Complain About”

“Welcome to Jennyville. Visitors who take the aural journey inside the city limits will likely find plenty of familiar characters in the fictional town – 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...

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#CMchat Exclusive Interview: Jenny Tolman
Dec20

#CMchat Exclusive Interview: Jenny Tolman

“A CD of Jenny Tolman’s demos tied to the top of a roll of toilet paper with glittery gold and leopard skin ribbon, and a note that reads ‘Stan, you’re gonna shit when you hear this,’ now sits among the treasured collectibles on the desk of legendary booking agent, Stan Barnett (Buck Owens, Keith Whitley, Brenda Lee, Lady Antebellum). Jenny Tolman, an old blue-eyed soul at 21 years of age, has already left her mark...

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Cassie’s Kick-ass Country: October Recap
Nov13

Cassie’s Kick-ass Country: October Recap

This month has been the biggest one yet for our podcast! Hitting milestones such as getting 9,000 downloads on an episode, interviewing one of #CMchat’s favorite female artists, Faren Rachels, and getting to talk with Jordan Davis, who sings the forever catchy song “Singles You Up.” October is one for the books and we’re looking forward to more episodes in November! EP. 20: Neon Moon This episode started on a...

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#CMchat Exclusive Premiere: Gary Kyle “Whiskey Dents”
Sep12

#CMchat Exclusive Premiere: Gary Kyle “Whiskey Dents”

Houston native Gary Kyle’s signature track is “Texas Strong.” It was the theme song for Lone Star Roads, a syndicated TV show hosted by Justin Frazell. Kyle has been very busy in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, bringing relief supplies to shelters and churches, and offering aid to veterans in the area. “Texas Strong” – standing up for what you believe in – the song takes on a new meaning after Hurricane Harvey and the...

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All Twangs Considered- Sing Me Back Home: A Tribute to Merle Haggard
Apr23

All Twangs Considered- Sing Me Back Home: A Tribute to Merle Haggard

  I was blessed to be able to attend the sold out Sing Me Back Home: A Tribute to Merle Haggard a couple weeks ago. Featuring rock and country artists’ renditions of songs made famous, and mostly written by Merle. The event was emceed by W. Earl Brown (Deadwood). The performances were recorded, likely to be released in a special. Set List Ben Haggard and The Strangers – “What Am I Gonna Do (with the rest of my...

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