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. When Jordyn was an impatient freshman 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. You can also look for her in Jason Aldean's music video for his hit song "Dirt Road Anthem". In 2010, Jordyn won a Myspace contest to be a guest cast member on Simon Fuller's "If I Can Dream" show that aired on Hulu.com then auditioned for American Idol Season 11 and was shown on national television getting 3 yeses from Steven Tyler, Randy Jackson and Jennifer Lopez to go to Hollywood. She went on to make the top 98 on the show. Later, Jordyn wrote a song with Kip Moore and Dan Couch that Kip sang with Jewel at the famous Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and the song was recently released on his "The Underground" EP. She has been working relentlessly to write great songs and has had the opportunity to write and work with some of Nashville's top songwriters. She is happy to be a regular performer for NSAI’s Song Suffragettes and also enjoys volunteering for Musician’s On Call. You can find her video tutorial for the Tyme Curling Iron on Facebook(now with over 70 million views) and she will be the face of the Tyme Iron commercial coming to national television later this year. Last year, Jordyn released her self titled EP on iTunes and Spotify and CMT premiered her music video on their Artist Discovery campaign. She debuted as the number one trending artist via CMT.com and the video has landed over 300,000 views. Stay tuned for more!