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Born in Muskegon, Michigan and raised near Chicago Steve now lives on an island in Puget Sound with his wife and pets and lots of music

1962 GREENSLEEVES is recorded on a 45 single with Steve playing solo piano

1963 Steve shelves the piano and teaches himself guitar and writes a couple songs

1973 Steve plays his first paying gig in an Oregon country church basement

1980 Steve is invited & plays for the USS Enterprise

1980 Steve is on KZAM-FM's Off The Record Show

1981 Plays at the 10th Annual Folklife Festival

1981 Records a jingle for a dating club after they hear him singing at an open mike

1981 Steve is on KBCS's Homgrown Show"

1981 Records Directions sold on cassettes

1983 Plays at the 12th Annual Folklife Festival

1983 Plays on KBCS's "Homegrown Show" again

1983 KEZX Radio picks up A Song For An Ocean for inclusion to their hit.

1983 double compilation LP entitled The KEZX Album Project

1984 Records another jingle for the Island County Fair which is used for a couple of years

Plays at the 1998 27th Annual Folklife Festival

Plays at the 2000 29th Annual Folklife Festival

June 2005 Someone To Love CD project is published

August 2005 Someone To Love CD is released

July 2007 the KSER-FM Interviews

July 2008 Song For An Ocean CD is released

January 2010 Starts writing for next project

STEVE JORDAN: Song For An Ocean
STEVE JORDAN: Someone To Love

SONG FOR AN OCEAN is an environmental statement that hopes to have people think about how precious an ocean is to us for our future. There is full production on many songs including the title cut: where Steve had the good fortune of having Carolee Mayne supporting vocals ala Homer's Odyssey’s "ocean sirens", Two Ways Of Life: having Jan Peterson playing cello, Directions and California Woman, (written for Stevie Nicks): where Steve had Roscoe James playing pedal steel. Eleven songs and twelve talented musicians were recorded over scores of hours. The songs are enjoyable to listen to reminding you of the material Gordon Lightfoot, John Stewart or Jackson Browne write. SOMEONE TO LOVE the "country" Steve Jordan CD including a mini hit EMMA is at CD Baby.com Downloads are offered at internet sites like Apple I-tunes & MusicNow.  Hear full length versions at     http://www.myspace.com/stevejordanmusic/radio    & you'll really enjoy yourself! PEACE :)