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Jordan Carr a.k.a. "#1 Bad Boy" / Press

“This Bad Boy is a tongue-in-cheek enigma, but his booze-soaked, acoustic-punk Spring­steen impression works (bonus: Carr’s debut is called “Reinventing the Dumbass”).”

“Reinventing the Dumbass, is the best result of heartbreak, jail time, substance abuse and a refusal to ever acknowledge closing time.”

“#1 Bad Boy Jordan Carr may boast an eclectic name and a misleading title as well, but let's just suffice it to say, this guy is no joke.”

Andrew Greenhalgh - Review You

“He's the real deal and so is this album.”

“Playing with arrangements and lyrics in the way that he does, Carr presents a dystopic vision of life accented by bright instrumentation that truly resonates. ”

Andrew Greenhalgh - Review You

“#1 Bad Boy is a great performer and musician and will not disappoint.”

Jason Giroux - The Sugar Room Bar, Mankato, MN

“What Carr has done with ‘Reinventing the Dumbass’ is make the perfect heartbroken drinking soundtrack.”

Austin Kaus - 605 Magazine

“Jordan Carr is superb. A hybrid of contemporary, alternative, rock and pop. Phenomenal production, instrumentation and vocals. All this artist needs is a break and the world will be at his feet.”

360 Mag

“Carr’s offerings on his debut solo record,Reinventing the Dumbass, reflect an insightful element of songwriting that is equally matched by great performances.”

Andrew Greenhalgh - Review You

“Carr’s growth from juvenile delinquent to a mature songwriter provides the foundation for songs like "Knights in Tallahassee" and shows a man with toughened fists, a leather liver and a tender heart.”

Austin Kaus - 605 Magazine