Jordan Green

Jordan Green

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LOCATION

UNITED STATES

GENRE

Country

 

BIOGRAPHY

At just 17-years-old, Jordan Green is already accomplished songwriter and musician. Born and raised in Northern, NJ, Jordan has a unique style with a sound best described as upbeat roots rock with a country feel. He has a knack for writing a catchy chorus and his melodies are perfectly crafted to highlight his clever lyrics. Recently a fan commented on a local radio show that Jordan is “everything that’s right about music,” lofty praise for an artist of any age. Jordan’s original songs consistently get dropped into regular rotation on stations across the U.S., Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, reaching as far out as the Fiji Islands. Four of his singles have appeared on the Nashville indie charts, with two reaching #1 in the past year. His brand new single, “Song About You”, was the #1 requested song during the month of June on 2RDJ-FM radio in Sydney, Australia. Jordan’s single “Budge” earned him an award in the Paramount Song Summer Songwriting Contest. He was also nominated for the 2015 Nashville Universe Awards in three categories, including Best Male Vocalist. Jordan performs (with & without his band) throughout the tri-state area. Highlights include appearances at Hershey Park, the Dewey Beach (DE) Music Festival, the NJ State Fair and his personal favorite, The Bluebird Café in Nashville. He’s also had the privilege of performing on the stages at the PNC Bank Arts Center, Carnegie Hall, and for a national audience of over one million viewers on the Fox & Friends TV Show. A teen ambassador for Heart Songs for Veterans, an organization whose mission is “to utilize music and good will to support awareness and supply funding to the veteran and wounded soldier community,” Jordan wrote and donated “I’m Home” to support the charity. It is available exclusively through www.heartsongsforveterans.org. This September, he toured with Heart Songs to Owensboro, KY, to perform on the main stage at the WBKR.FM radio’s Country Con Festival and at several local venues in Nashville. Jordan spends most of his time at The Original Music School in Morristown, NJ, as an artist under development in their A & R Program. It’s there where he writes and records, and also where he met his bandmates, “The Good E’Nuffs” – Chris DeCheser (guitar), Emmi Long (vocals/guitar/percussion) and Steve Hawthorne (drums). Good friends focused on the same goals, these teens spend all their free time honing their impressive skills and performing at local clubs and charity events. Look for Jordan’s first solo album release – “Needle in a Haystack” - on iTunes this December. Listen to all of his music and follow Jordan & The Good E’Nuffs on their social media links by visiting

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