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 along side him and his partner Stan Barker on the theatre circuit in the Northwest.
A few years back, after making contacts overseas in Northern Ontario, Nile Jordan travelled to Canada for a 9 month tour. Meeting and jamming with the likes of Lone Star and Brian White, who performed with Shania Twain was the highlight of the tour. Nile also featured on a track called “Memories” by rap artist ‘Stock’. You may have heard this as it was the last song featured in the movie ‘White Chicks’. Stock is a recent signing to Sony Urban. The next available date is 5th April 2019.
Vocalist North West – Nile Jordan
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!!!
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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Manchester South Interact (Company dinner) I was really pleased with the way the evening went. I always think the proof is in filling the dance floor and you certainly did that. I thought your choice of songs was great. There were some notes in there that I couldn’t believe you pulled off so well! Thanks, Andrea!!
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