15-year-old Lizzie Sider of Florida is already inspiring fans of all ages and becoming a role model for young people with her debut single “Butterfly.” Sider wrote the song with renowned Nashville songwriter and singer Jamie O’Neal to tell her story of overcoming teasing and bullying in grade school. She has now released “I Love You That Much,” the follow-up single off her first full-length album. Sider will perform an acoustic set tonight in Holland Park at Jammin’ in June, presented by the Dickson Parks and Recreation Department, WDKN and The One FM. On the heels of the success of “Butterfly” off her first EP, Sider has opened shows for O’Neal, Aaron Tippin and Gloriana and been named a rising star by several industry magazines and radio programs. Her live performances include appearances at rodeos in Florida, the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria during fashion week in New York and Nashville venues such as Hotel Indigo, The Listening Room, The Red Rooster and the Bluebird Cafe. For her upcoming debut full-length album, she worked with O’Neal, Joe Vulpis, who produced Lady Gaga’s early recordings, Tom Coyne, who worked on Taylor Swift’s “Red,” and members of Jason Aldean’s band. Still a high school student in Florida, Sider and her parents make frequent trips to Nashville and other places across the country to perform and make radio appearances. Sider performs Friday night in the free concert series at Holland Park along with Tyler Barham and Jason Charles Miller. Jammin’ in June begins at 6 pm each Friday during the month. Host Dale Turner of WDKN and The One FM also will be giving away free tickets to Holiday World at Friday night’s show.