Jamie Floyd

Jamie Floyd is a Nashville based two time Grammy-nominated independent songwriter & recording artist. She has written songs recorded by Kelly Clarkson, Kesha, Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys, Miranda Lambert, Ronnie Dunn, Sturgill Simpson, Ingrid Andress, Brian McKnight, Wrabel, Kalie Shorr, Ty Herndon, Ashley Monroe, Madi Diaz, Jake Hoot, Cassadee Pope, Hayden Panettiere, Kellie Picker, Lucie Silvas and more.

Notable releases include “The Blade,” co-written by Jamie and recorded by the legendary Ronnie Dunn for his new #1 album “100 Proof Neon.” Jamie also co-wrote 4 songs that appear on the new Ty Herndon album “JACOB.” One of the tunes is a duet Floyd sings with Herndon, and she co-wrote the debut single from the album, “Till You Get There.” Other notable credits include having co-written “Anything But Love” with new country star Ingrid Andress, which appears on Ingrid’s Grammy nominated album, “Lady Like,” and cowriting the last single from Kelly Clarkson & Jake Hoot (Winner of The Voice Season 17), a duet called “I Would’ve Loved You.” The song has amassed more than 15 million views and 7 million streams. She also has songs included on the newest albums by Wrabel (Nettwerk/Big Gay Records), Cassadee Pope, Kalie Shorr (TMWRK) and several songs on the new Madi Diaz album “History Of A Feeling” (ANTI). Recently, Madi has been showcasing several songs she’s co-written with Jamie, opening for Hary Styles on several dates for his ongoing “Love on Tour.”

Jamie has written extensively for film and television, including writing and performing “Oh Darlin,’” the only original song featured in Theresa Rebeck’s Glimpse, a new thriller shot entirely on an iPhone. The film features an all-star cast including Michael Emerson, Alysia Reiner, Raul Esparza and Janet McTeer. She also wrote and recorded “Let it Shine,” which closes out the final scene of the new movie Dakota. Her other credits include writing the finale for Dolly Parton’s A Country Christmas Story and writing and performing the entire 12 song soundtrack for Burt Reynolds’ award winning final film The Last Movie Star. Jamie and her co-writer John Martin, took home the Nashville Film Festival’s “Best Song in A Feature Film” for “Yet To Come,” the closing song of the Burt movie. She also appeared in the critically acclaimed documentary The Last Songwriter alongside Garth Brooks, Emmylou Harris and Jason Isbell.

SongPerforming ArtistStream
The BladeRonnie Dunn  
I Would've Love YouJake Hoot, Kelly Clarkson  
Till You Get ThereTy Herndon