Nile Jordan started in the music industry at the very tender age of 13 playing guitar in Sefton Youth Jazz Orchestra.
He was noticed by a famous trumpeter named Digby Fairweather who gave him the honour of playing alongside him and his partner Stan Barker on the theatre circuit Northwest.
A few years back, after making contacts overseas in Northern Ontario, Nile travelled to Canada for 9 months touring with a company. He was able to meet and jam with the likes of Lone Star and Brian White, who performed with Shania Twain.
Nile featured on a track called “Memories” by rap artist ‘Stock’ whose last song was featured in the movie ‘White Chicks’ and is a recent signing to Sony Urban.
Jazz Singer Nile Jordan
I thought your choice of songs was great and there were some notes in there that I couldn’t believe you pulled off so well! Thanks, Andrea!!”
Love Preston (charity ball) – “Thank you once again for your truly crowd-pleasing performance at our fund raiser. It was fantastic, and really gave the night what it needed!!
I have lost count of the positive responses I have had from people about you, thanks!!”
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Norman Thomas & Bobby Socks (BBC Radio Merseyside) – “Nile has an amazing voice which draws you in to his every performance. Best voice I’ve heard in years!!”
RAF Shawbury “Nile made our night with his big voice and personality, thanks a lot!!!”
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