Jenny Tolman is giving fans a chance to be reintroduced to Jennyville, the outrageous fictional town at the heart of her debut project, when the deluxe version of her album, There Goes the Neighborhood, is released with three bonus tracks April 9.
The album is stacked with high-energy tunes interspersed with heartfelt ballads drawn from life experiences. Among the three new tunes is “Still Gonna Die,” an up-tempo cover of a song written by Shel Silverstein and initially performed by country supergroup Old Dogs (Waylon Jennings, Mel Tillis, Bobby Bare, Jerry Reed) in 1988. Tolman remembers hearing the song on Willie’s Roadhouse, a SiriusXM Radio channel, and started closing every show with it as a grateful nod to those who paved the way in the comedic music genre.
Another new track, “Who’ll Be Your Fool” features Opry legend Jeannie Seely in a wistful ballad written from the perspective of a woman contemplating who her lover’s next woman will be. Rounding out the trio of new songs is “Tabitha,” one of the first songs Tolman ever completed (at age 18 in 2014) that helped build her fan base on social media, though she had never recorded it other than as a live performance.
Tolman’s first hometown show in over a year will be in-person and live-streamed from The Local in Nashville on Wednesday, April 7 at 6 p.m. CT.
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