Jordan Faith is a 17 year old who is not only no stranger to the stage, but is also musically well beyond her years as an artist. She began singing in church at the age of 8 and has continued to perform on stages across the Southeast. Influenced by the sounds of Corrine Bailey Rae and Colbie Caillat, Jordan Faith’s vocal
stylings are an infusion of pop and jazz punctuated by her own unique twist. Her music speaks of optimism and love. "Music is what feelings sound like,” says Jordan. “My hope is that my music stirs your emotions and leaves you with a smile on your face." Her heartfelt convictions and the desire to influence the world in a positive way make her an instant favorite for music lovers of all ages.
Jordan’s family moved from East Tennessee to Murfreesboro which has given Jordan opportunities that might not have been available to her previously. “Living near ‘Music City’ has been a great place for Jordan to grow musically and learn from some of the best in the business,” says Carol, Jordan’s Mother. The family’s decision to homeschool Jordan makes it possible for her to finish high school while continuing to move forward with her music career.
Jordan Faith continues to sing every chance she gets. “A day doesn't go by that I don't sing, even it's just to myself. It's a great way to express my feelings and it always makes me feel better if I'm having an off day.” She is a regular on the festival and fair circuit as well as local venues in Nashville and Knoxville. “It’s important to me as an artist to have songs that touch the hearts of those who hear them and make even the slightest difference in their day. I’d love it if my music was part of helping to make memories for those who listen. If a song I sing can be part of a girl’s first dance recital or brings a smile to someone’s face who is having a bad day, then I know that the musical gift God has given me has been well spent.”
Jordan Faith is a 16 year old who loves music, spending time with her family, and hanging out with her friends. She lives with her parents, sister, and her poodle,
Boo just outside of Nashville, in Murfreesboro, TN.