Mississippi born, Jordyn Mallory, was introduced to music at a young age. From church to benefit concerts and nursing homes Jordyn took any opportunity she could to share her music with her community. Though inspired by many of country music’s greats, Jordyn has always looked up to one women of country artist in particular, Faith Hill. Jordyn, at a young age, was in awe of Faith Hill’s vocals as well as the fact that she was from Mississippi herself. Through middle and high school Jordyn was a cheerleader, but when asked what she wanted to do when she grew up it was a no brainer to Jordyn that she wanted to be a singer. With that in mind Jordyn sped up her high school years, taking extra classes over the summer, before setting off to pursue a career in Nashville.
Once in Nashville Jordyn embraced the atmosphere of the country music scene and had the honor of opening for Loretta Lynn, Colt Ford, and Jake Owen. Jordyn can also be found in Jason Aldean’s music video for “Dirt Road Anthem.” Later she auditioned for Season 11 of American Idol, where she earned herself a ticket to Hollywood after receiving three yeses from the judges. More recently Jordyn has released her debut self-titled EP and hopes to perform beside some of country music’s best.
Jordyn also hopes to make a name for herself in country music. She aspires to receive CMA and ACM awards for her music and to be on the cover of Cosmopolitan, a magazine near and dear to her heart. Jordyn plans to inspire girls to go after their dreams and encourages all to “just stick with it.”A young storyteller with a big future ahead of her, Jordyn Mallory is a girl on a mission. One who we, here at Next Women of Country, are rooting for. So make sure to check out her newest EP feat. Jordyn’s favorite song “Boy To Blame” via Spotify, iTunes, and on her website at www.jordynmusic.com.