Good On Me
From Good on Me
On the outskirts of small town, Hillcrest, Saskatchewan comes the immense voice of Jordyn Pollard. With a passion for country / pop music; Jordyn’s vocals are often compared to the likes of Taylor Swift, Tori Kelly and Sarah McLachlan.
Growing up on a mixed farm with her 2 siblings and attending a small town country school, Jordyn thrives on family and community spirit. Jordyn was involved with the local 4-H, but has since decided farming wasn’t quite her niche’ but continues to help when needed. An honour student and active in many school and community events. Jordyn is a Red Cross Anti Bullying Advocate; giving presentations to elementary and middle school students on bullying and the effects it has on those being bullied. She is looking for a position with the Big Brothers Big Sisters after school mentorship program to continue educating younger people.
Jordyn has had leading roles in numerous musical theatre productions garnering them from being part of the school’s Musical Theatre program which she continues to partake in. Jordyn has been part of the school leadership for the last 4 years as well as being actively involved with school sports.
Since embarking on her musical career, Jordyn has already achieved many successes. From this she has earned a SCMA Youth Development Bursary, Saskatchewan Country Music Association Youth Talent Search winner and ample performance opportunities. This would include sharing the stage with the likes of Brad Johner, Gord Bamford, Jo Jo Mason, Jade Eagleson and Brett Kissel.
Building on her social platforms, Jordyn has been recognized by Kelsea Ballerini, for her cover of ‘Yeah Boy, Nashville Rising star Bailey Bryan on Twitter for the cover of ‘Hard Drive Home’; and by Levi Hummon for her cover of his song ‘I Still Do’. Jordyn’s You Tube channel boasts of over 1440 subscribers.
Jordyn is very involved and committed to using her talents in assisting with many local community and non-profit initiatives. Currently having contributed to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) ‘Concert in the Dark’, Parkinson Alberta’s Step and Stride, and ‘Jammin at the Jube’ in Lloydminster supporting Autism.
Jordyn is continually honing her song writing skills while working towards her debut EP. With her passions of music, family and travelling, one can be sure the songs on this debut EP will have stories to tell.Back