Jordyn Mallory was born April 4, 1992 in the small town of Okolona, Mississippi, population 3,000. Although Jordyn has now made the move to Nashville, Tennessee, you can throw rocks at her home in Mississippi from the historic Natchez Trace. At just five years old, Jordyn had her first solo in a Christmas play. After that, she started singing in church, talent shows, festivals, and fairs. Jordyn remembers back to the day she wrote her first song. Her mom had left to go to the grocery store and by the time she got back home, Jordyn was ready to sing it for her. Missy, her mom, thought it was funny and laughed it off, never thinking that it would lead to what Jordyn would hope to do for the rest of her life. That one song led to many, many more. She eventually picked up guitar and considers it her main instrument now but she also dabbles in piano and mandolin. When Jordyn was an impatient sophomore in high school, she presented a plan to her parents to graduate one year early. She went on to take extra classes during the school year and summer and graduated with special honors in 2009 with the class ahead of her. Jordyn has had the honor of opening concerts for Loretta Lynn, Crystal Gayle, Jake Owen, Eric Church, Emerson Drive, Ashton Shephard, Colt Ford and many more. She is currently working with multi platinum Grammy and Emmy award winning producers on her most recent songs and recently won a Myspace contest to be a guest cast member on Simon Fuller’s “If I Can Dream”. Jordyn’s passion is her music and that is very evident in each of her performances. She considers it country pop blended with influences of many musical genres.