Jordan Eastman is an Indie/Folk artist, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who calls Nashville, TN - or wherever else he awakes that morning - home. Leaving the heart of Central Florida to live in his truck and travel the country, Jordan has spent the last several years sleeping in graveyards, playing on street corners, and sharing stages with well-known national acts, while playing 250-300 US shows a year, in 48 states - without the assistance of agents or management.
Born the son of a pastor and music director, Jordan began writing and playing piano at the age of 5, and has since expanded his reach to more than 20 instruments. His new album, "1924" (available September 24th, 2013), showcases these developing talents, as he wrote, played and produced nearly everything on the record. The first single, "Hold to Your Anchors" was released as a music video, and accrued over 35,000 YouTube views, and several thousand downloads within the first week of its release.
Since then, Jordan has focused heavily on touring in support of the record, and hopes to one day play a major role as a voice in the music community...and also to have a house again...
The album, single, and more are currently available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and nearly every other online retailer, as well as various record shops across the country.