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With a bold voice and sultry track, country-pop artist Jordyn Stoddard is releasing her melody-driven, self-penned “Bad Baby” on June 21.
Born and raised in Jacksonville, Fla., the 21-year-old has already
positioned herself as a triple-threat in Nashville — she sings with the
soul of a seasoned veteran, strums a signature blue Taylor guitar and
has developed her craft as a songwriter. Stoddard blends the best of
country’s heart and pop’s energy, while her bubbly personality lends
itself to create a unique crossover sound from a relatable artist. 

by two-time Toronto Independent Music Award-winning Johnny Simmen, and
co-written by Peyton Porter, “Bad Baby” is available for pre-order on
iTunes HERE, Google Play HERE, pre-save on Spotify HERE and preview on all other digital platforms HERE.

“Bad Baby” is Stoddard’s first release since her debut album in 2015, Southern Tide. The 11-song project soared to number six on Billboard’s Heatseeker chart in its opening week and reached top 40 on Apple Music’s Country Music Daily
chart. Stoddard’s first single “Like Me ’Til You Love Me” was released
to radio worldwide, while the accompanying music video premiered
nationwide on Great American Country TV (GAC) and ZUUS Country. 

stranger to the spotlight, Stoddard has opened for The Band Perry,
Brett Eldredge, Lee Brice, Jerrod Niemann, Montgomery Gentry, Michael
Ray, Chris Young, Easton Corbin and more. 

Stoddard is slated to perform during CMA Fest on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Nashville. For details, visit jordynstoddard.com.

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