Growing up on Cape Cod, it wasn’t until after graduating from college that Jordan began frequently playing open mics in 2011 and was offered her first gig later that year. Influenced by artists like Laura Marling, Eva Cassidy, Norah Jones and Bob Dylan Jordan’s latest EP “Featherbed Lane” showcases her soulful voice and sensitive song-writing style, setting the stage for her debut full length album “A Bird that I Knew”, set to release in the summer of 2018. A fusion of 60’s era folk and contemporary soul classify this new album as a big step in Jordan’s development as an artist and a teaser for what’s to come.
In January 2014, Jordan landed an invitation to perform at Boston Mayor Walsh’s Inaugural Gala helping to catalyze her breakout year as a young artist. Jordan has since been invited to open for Kate Taylor, Paula Cole, Patty Larkin and Marc Cohn. A nomination for Limelight Music Awards’ 2016 Female Vocalist of the Year, Third Place overall in the Eventide Regional Songwriting Competition (ERSC) in 2016, Grand Prize winner of the ERSC in 2017, and winner of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod 2017 Fellowship in Performing Arts have led to a recent spike in local publicity and an audience waiting for her to take off.