Born and raised in Atlanta, GA of his father's church, there is no denying his southern influence. Filling in from a young age on any instrument that was needed in that lively pentecostal church, he quickly began molding his musical roots in black gospel and hymns. It was clear through his youth, he was being groomed to be a musical figure in the church world but like many of us, he realized there was more to life and more to faith than “church”.
After relocating to Savannah, GA, his rediscovery of his faith and his music began. He never thought as himself as a writer but in 2014, he wrote his first EP titled ‘Magnolia Bloom”. Writing became something as equal to playing instruments for people and definately more fulfilling than singing and playing covers at the local bars.
Being raised in a setting where he was sheltered from certain music, he has been overwhelmed with music that he has missed and even at times made fun of because of his lack of knowledge in music pop culture. While he takes in, loves and listens to many genres and artist now, it seems that although he lost it, his southern rock, folk, and american roots have found him.
Still residing in Savannah, he continues to write and play with the intension of bringing honesty and kindness with his songs to venues he plays. In the midst of a world that seems to be filled with controversy and hate, his desire is to bring individuals together even for a moment with laughter, kindness, humility, and likeness to advocate what he feels to be the start of all progress, which is to be kind, be real, and be you.
Jordan Ross, raised in a rural Ohio community, sought out musical opportunities early on. Jordan moved with his wife in search of a steady musical opportunity on HHI. After years of performing for locals and tourists alike, Jordan has honed his sound into something that is deeply personal, inward thinking, joyous, thoughtful, and overall easy listening.