Jordan began his musical journey at 14 by writing poems and lyrics that revealed the deeper things of life. He honed his ability as a singer and guitar player and while serving his church as a worship leader, he developed a desire for songwriting and was able to introduce his first songs to the church.
At 19, Jordan connected the dots between music and the impact it had on the social justice issues of the time. This prompted his enrolment in the discipleship training school at YWAM (Youth With A Mission) in Montana. As part of this training Jordan, served two months in New York City supporting the Salvation Army’s relief efforts post 9/11. After returning home, Jordan felt that it was time to release his first project of songs inspired by his experience. With the guidance of Canadian veterans Steve Bell and John Buller, he found a recording home at DeCapo Studios in Winnipeg, and with producer Nolan Balzer at the helm, he released his debut, self-titled EP.
Over the next few years, Jordan continued to pursue his music career as a worship leader, singer/songwriter and front-man to a rock n’ roll band he formed with his brothers. Releasing 2 band projects and 2 solo albums over this time, he claims this part of the journey as his education. Performing in clubs, coffee houses, churches and youth groups revealed humanity’s deep desire for connection and the hope to find something that’s real. This revelation made it easy for Jordan to leap into Contemporary Christian music wholeheartedly; he knew he wasn't just pursuing a career, but rather a life calling.
Jordan’s most recent accomplishments include 8 nominations and 5 wins at the GMA Canada Covenant Awards in 2019 and 6 nominations in 2020. He is represented by Jeff Roberts & Associates Booking Agency (For King and Country, Zach Williams) and managed by Redbird Artists Agency (Franklin, TN).