Jennifer Clodfelter knew she was to be a country music star. However, convincing those in Nashville was another matter. She went to Nashville only to find rejection, until she sang in a karaoke bar. There she felt the crowd totally connecting with her song and so did Mike Flint. Mike was Jennifer’s ticket into the big time.
Mike knew Jennifer had more in her and wanted her to sing songs from her life. Jennifer wanted to hide from that life, not bring it back in a new song. Of course Mike won out and Jennifer wrote songs from her life that tore her apart, but brought her audience satisfaction. Life in Nashville was lonely except for four true friends. Roy Durden, the front desk clerk at the Best Western where Jennifer lived before she became Jenny Cloud was her only friend before stardom. Tonilynn, her make-up and hair designer, was the friend that liked the real Jennifer Clodfelter. The other two friends in Jennifer’s Nashville life was Tonilynn’s son, Bobby Lee and her Aunt Gomer. Julie Cannon’s Twang, gives us insight into life as a country star.