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Set in the heart of Philadelphia’s community gardens and urban farms, the Philadelphia Home Grown Music Festival combines locally grown food with the diverse and talented Philadelphia music scene. Our goal is to support locally grown food, food justice, food independence, and to provide opportunities for local musicians to showcase their talent.
The Band Called Fuse Hosts their Monthly Showcase at The Sidewalk Cafe. This Month Features Special Guests Joe Jordan's Experiment! & more
Come See JJX & Too Many Other Awesome Acts to Count Live at The South Street Spring Festival Live at The Legendary Dobbs Saturday May 3rd!!!
Joe Jordan's Experiment Throwdown Syndicate & More Rock out at Dahlak 4708 Baltimore ave. for a 420 celebration! Spliffs N Riffs No Cover but Donations for bands is suggested
Join Us for "American N I Don't Give A Damn" Joe Jordan's Bigger, Blacker, Birthday Bash!!! Live at The Troc Balcony Saturday April 5th Hosted By Moor Mother Goddess...Be There or Be Lame....
Jacqui "Mah Doox" Gore
Kevin "K.P." Prendergast
Sounds Like: The Jimi Hendrix Experience Official Page, Foo Fighters, Machine Gun Kelly, Lenny Kravitz, Queens of the Stone Age
Manager: Melody Forrester, Artist First Inc., ARTISTS FIRST, INC.
Bio: JOE JORDAN’S EXPERIMENT (JJX) is a full blast rock band from Philadelphia, PA whose genre bending music and high energy performances have continued to excite audiences and earn the band national exposure. The JJX sound is an addictive fusion of rock, funk, blues, and metal, creating a new kind of...See Full Bio
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“Joe Jordan, former Mighty Paradocs drummer, has been a part of Rockers since its inception. Now, he creates music under the name the Joe Jordan Experiment. He still is a “regular” at the shows as a performer and spectator. He said Rockers gave him a sense of community. “It’s like a home for a lot of us bands,” Jordan said. “I’d liken it to CBGB’s during its punk heyday. No fighting, just high-energy excitement.”