Jordan Brooker

Raised in rural Indiana, Jordan Brooker grew up consumed by the sounds of mid-late 90’s and early 2000’s alternative rock. He was heavily influenced both melodically and lyrically by artists such as Jimmy Eat World, Soundgarden, Third Eye Blind, and Augustana to name a few. Jordan is part of a close-knit family, but knew early on that if he wanted to chase his dreams, he would need to branch out of the small town that shaped him. With a strong faith, deep belief in taking risks, and an undeniable support system, Jordan decided to take his interests to Nashville and pursue an artist career. He found himself a home away from home when he met Ashley, his now wife. Together they rescued two sweet dogs, Belle and Indy. Since moving to Music City, Jordan has spent ample time honing in on his craft as a songwriter and artist. His songs reflect an era of romanticism, yet remain timeless. On stage, Jordan's explosive rock n roll choruses mixed with his moody piano-driven ballads, take his fans on a journey through his life. "Music gives me the ability to connect the common threads of my life with someone else's no matter how different the details may be. My hope for you is that you can find yourself somewhere between the lines of these songs." - Jordan Brooker. Jordan is signed to Warehouse West Entertainment, an artist development and music publishing company founded by his producer, Luke Wooten. He continues to create buzz for himself with his gritty and soulful baritone voice. He recently completed his first nationwide tour as direct support to Drake White & The Big Fire. His debut set-titled EP has garnered over 5 million streams and has spotlighted him as one of Pandora's 2019 Artists to watch. As a songwriter he was recognized by the Association of Independent Music Publisher's in 2018. He recently celebrated his first #1 song on Australian Country Radio with the Wolfe Brother's "Storm Rollin’ In." He also co-penned one of Luke Combs most recent releases "Refrigerator Door” on Combs album “What You See Is What You Get.” Jordan is currently working on his full-length record to be released later this year.

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