At just sixteen years old, Jordyn Stoddard has already positioned herself as a triple-threat in the world of music. This youth sings with the soul of a seasoned veteran, strums a signature turquoise guitar, and has years of songwriting under her belt. Stoddard was named 2013 Local Artist of the Year, and her single, “Sayonara”, was selected as the 2013 Local Song of the Year for WQIK-FM in Jacksonville leading to multiple radio and TV appearances including regular slots on WJXT’s "The Morning Show." Hailing from Jacksonville Beach, Florida, Stoddard's captivating performance can be seen regularly at local hot spots The Landing, Jackrabbits, The Brick and Cafe 11. The winner of multiple talent competitions, she has shared the stage with country acts such as Montgomery Gentry, The Gatlin Brothers, Easton Corbin, Matt Stillwell and Sundy Best and has been given the honor of singing the national anthem at multiple televised football and basketball games. Most recently Stoddard was selected as the headlining musical act for the Jacksonville stop of the PRS Rodeo Tour. In the summer of 2014 Jordyn Stoddard teamed up with Grammy Award winning Producer David Hall record her debut album at Blackbird Studios in Nashville, TN. With several co-writes on the album as well as songs from Nashville’s top songwriters who have a combined 35 #1 singles, the 11-song album promises to be one of the most anticipated independent releases of 2015. Stoddard’s first single will be released digitally and to radio in February 2015 with the full album to follow shortly thereafter. Find out more about Jordyn Stoddard at www.jordynstoddard.com.