- Friday, July 7, 2017 @ 3:45PM on the Colton RV Main Stage
- Saturday, July 8, 2017 @ 3:30PM on the Made in America Store Stage
* All performance times are subject to change without notice.
Hailing from Jacksonville Beach, FL, 18-year-old Jordyn Stoddard may seem like a young up-and-comer but she has already positioned herself as a triple-threat in the country music
community. This youth sings with the soul of a seasoned veteran, strums a signature Taylor guitar, and has years of songwriting under her belt.
In 2015 Stoddard teamed up with Grammy Award winning Producer David Hall to record her debut album at Blackbird Studios in Nashville, TN. With several co-writes on the album as well as tracks from songwriters with a combined 35 number one singles, the 11-song album proved to be of the most anticipated independent releases of the year. “Southern Tide”
reached number six on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart in it’s opening week and reached the top 40 on Apple’s country music daily iTunes chart.
Stoddard’s first single “Like Me ‘Til You Love Me,” penned by Eric Paslay, Chris Wallin, and Matt Nolen, was released to radio worldwide in February 2015. The music video for the song airs
nationwide on Great American Country TV (GAC) and ZUUS Country as well as countless close captioned and internet feeds.
No stranger to the big stage, Stoddard has performed with country music’s finest including Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Eric Paslay, Tyler Farr, Lee Brice, Jerrod Niemann, Michael Ray, Eastin Corbin, and many more. She also performs the National Anthem regularly for both professional and college sporting events.
Stoddard’s beauty and maturity bring to the stage an elegance beyond her years. Find out more about Jordyn Stoddard at www.jordynstoddard.com or connect socially at:
Facebook – www.facebook.com/JordynStoddardMusic
Twitter – www.twitter.com/Jordyn_Stoddard
Instagram – www.instagram.com/Jordyn_Stoddard
YouTube – www.youtube.com/1313Jordyn
“Jordyn Stoddard is that rare songwriter that can use simple words to tell a simple story about complicated emotions. I listen to new talent every day; many are “wanna-be’s,” Jordyn Stoddard is a “gonna-be.” -John Scott, Music Director, WQIK