Jordan fell in love with music at a young age and taught himself to play guitar and piano. He played with one of the best high-school marching bands in the state, yet he had to change schools when he moved to live with his dad. Coming from a blue-collar family, Jordan knew the value of hard work and rebuilt the band program at his new school. Once he graduated, Jordan was hired to run the program. He eventually left to pursue his own music. Jordan has been touring and playing blues music for the last decade, but he has since stopped due to COVID-19. Jordan has recently been making a living by fixing guitars and building houses with his dad.