Jordan John on Guitar & Vocals
To say that vocal sensation Jordan John is a more powerful and polished multi-instrumentalist than many players twice his age would tell just a fraction of the story. He has already compiled a longer list of credits, and displays more assuredness and maturity, than many performers twice his age. Some career highlights include the 2011 Toronto Jazz Festival; performing in front of 20,000 + as a singing, guitar wielding frontman, opening forThe Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin (at her personal request),
jamming at age 16 on drums with the artist formally known as Prince, singing the American National Anthem at the 2011 Toronto Honda Indy, performing as interim bassist for famed Canadian rock trio, Wide Mouth Mason and receiving praise and acclaim from legends such as John Mayall, Drake, Keith Richards, Robbie Robertson (to name but a few). For many, these accolades and accomplishments would take a lifetime to accumulate. For Jordan, it only took ‘till age 25. With a pedigree of that astonishing calibre, you may begin to register the proper amount of astonishment his musicality can command.
Adept on drums, keyboards, guitar and bass, he’s shared the stages with Jeff Healey, Burton Cummings, Wide Mouth Mason, Lucky Peterson including opening for musical legends ranging from Ray Charles, Johnny Winter, Robert Cray and The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. Delivering a refined essence of traditional based Blues, Soul & Rhythm ‘n Blues, this musical dynamo adds a breathe of fresh air to the contemporary music landscape...... a groove infected, soul stirring revelation that is none other than the music and sound of Jordan John!
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