Jordan spent her younger years writing songs in her bedroom just outside of Cleveland, Ohio. She is a natural - always turning heads with a knack to entertain.
Jordan’s first break came in 2011 when LiveNation invited her to perform at the House of Blues Tri-C High School Rock Off. Just as they thought, Jordan made it to the finals, inking a deal to record the single entitled,"Love the Way It Feels", which appears on her debut album, Green November.
Her YouTube channel not only grabbed the attention of Toby Keith and The Farm, but to many Jordan G fans alike. This growth in fan base soon resulted in Jordan playing at the Medina County Fair Battle of the Bands, WGAR Star,and around college campuses including her own, Case Western Reserve.
Studio-wise, Jordan began working with Grammy-nominated engineer and producer, Eric Emery (Donald Lawrence, Spiritual) on her debut, 11 track album. The recording process at Emery Recording Studios (Novelty, Ohio) was essential for shaping her eventual pop/rock/country sound. Jordan frequently gets comparisons with the sounds of Alanis Morissette, Miranda Lambert and Avril Lavigne.