Jerome Jordan

Jerome Jordan, singer, songwriter, guitarist, born and raised in Brooklyn, has played and sang with New York City powerhouse bands, Funkface, Tamar-Kali, Phoenix and the Shadow, The Screaming Headless Torsos/Strawberry Acid Lab featuring guitar wizard David “Fuze” Fuizcinscy, Earthdriver, New York City Hard Core band, Puzzlehead featuring Ted Leo, Rha Goddess, Lisala, Abbey Dobson, Shelley Nicole’ Blakbushe, N’Dea Davenport, Martin Luther, and with cellist, Nioka Workman. Jerome Jordan also played and sang with Columbia recording artist Jeni Fujita, Island/Def Jam/American recording artist Saul Williams, Sony Independiente recording artist D.J. Punk Rock and Jive recording artist Mystikal and Atlanta artist Joi. He has played guitar on recordings for Mary J. Blige, Brand New Heavies, Soul II Soul, Cleopatra, Big Pun, Ginuwine, Mark Morrison, The Wu Tang Clan, Dead Prez and the list continues. Jerome Jordan’s own music, known amongst his circle of musicians, as Extended Chord Rock, is, of course, a combination of all of his influences from 1980’s post punk new wave to 70’s funk and soul to experimental industrial noise, to hardcore, to jazz and fusion to classical. The subjects are lofty, poetic, and profound. His performances are intense.