MusicRow Pics: Jordyn Stoddard Visits MusicRow

IMG_5422Rising indie artist Jordyn Stoddard visited the MusicRow offices last week to perform for the staff. The 17-year-old Florida native has been busy on a radio tour and also played at CMA Music Festival.

Stoddard is promoting her debut album Southern Tide, and performed the title track for MusicRow. Stoddard estimates she listened to thousands of songs when deciding what to record on the project.

Her set included the self-penned “Wild Side,” as well as current single “Like Me ‘Til You Love Me,” which was written by Eric Paslay, Matt Nolen and Chris Wallin. Stoddard also cut a song called “The Clown” by hitmakers James Slater, Hillary Lindsey and Dallas Davidson.

Stoddard started writing songs when she was 12 and is a self-taught guitar player. She has opened for Montgomery Gentry, Jerrod Niemann, and Love & Theft.

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(L-R): MusicRow’s Kelsey Grady, Troy Stephenson, Eric Parker, artist Jordyn Stoddard, Sherod Robertson and Sarah Skates

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Sarah Skates has worked in the music business for more than a decade and is a longtime contributor to MusicRow.

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