MP3 Matthew Jordan - Book of Days
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Powerful piano-driven rock with strong hooks and insightful lyrics. Think Ben Folds meets Maroon 5...
Käufer, die sich für (Ben Folds Maroon 5 John Mayer) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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"Charismatically gifted... his voice is remarkably expressive... Jordan’s musical ability is often stunning." - Bernard Baur, Music Connection Magazine
"He’s a pro, he can just do *anything*." - Vanessa Carlton on MTV "Duets"
"A welcome addition to the family of piano songsters." - John Ondrasik of Five For Fighting
Drawing upon influences as diverse as the Beatles, Brian Wilson, Billy Joel, Ben Folds, Steely Dan and many others, keyboard player, singer and songwriter Matthew Jordan has woven a sound and style that’s uniquely his own. Matthew regularly floors jaded audiences who never expect one who looks so young to possess such enormous "chops," as they say in the biz. His talent hits ’em like a diesel truck goin’ ninety. In 2002, Matt joined https://www.tradebit.com, the online music community founded by Grammy winners David Foster, Carole Bayer Sager and Babyface. Within just a few months, he had placed in the finals or semi-finals of NINE competitive opportunities including "BEST ROCK KEYBOARDIST" and "BEST AAA SINGER/SONGWRITER." In May 2003, Matthew was featured on MTV "Duets", making the final four (out of over 500 singer-keyboardists nationwide) to find a duet partner for Vanessa Carlton. During the show, he performed his own song "Close", making him one of the rare unsigned artists ever to get exposure on MTV. In December 2003, Matthew was cast as a young pianist in the Five For Fighting video "100 Years," the main role besides that of lead singer, John Ondrasik. In heavy rotation on VH1 and MTV, the video has increased Matt’s fanbase exponentially, as many have tracked him down via his website, written fan letters and come to his jam-packed shows at the Hotel Cafe and other LA venues. His role models have broadened over the years, but his mission is still the same: to combine classic songwriting with totally modern grooves and rhythms, all wrapped up in insightful lyrics... with just a little banging on the keys thrown in for good measure.