Who is Desiree Jordan?
Desiree Jordan is living her purpose, spreading love through sound, and forging her own path with her sultry, melodic R&B/soul vibes. With her roots in church, she has developed her musical prowess in the renowned Washington Performing Arts Society’s Children of the Gospel choir, and spent 10 years as Music Director to choirs of her own.
A native of the Washington, DC-metro area, Desiree has performed on many stages including The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The National Cherry Blossom Festival Stage, Downtown Silver Spring and Columbia Summer concerts music series, and on FreshTV, aired on AccessMontgomery Channel 21 and DCTV Comcast channel 95/Verizon channel 10.
Her music support-base has grown nationally and internationally, performing on New York City stages including B.B. Kings Blues Club, The Bitter End, The Shrine World Music Venue and Silvana NYC, Milk River, and more.
Desiree's music has also reached listeners across the U.S., from radio interviews on Texas local R&B stations and leading music workshops for high schoolers in Iowa, to performing and stage-managing the Sweet Auburn Music Fest in Atlanta, GA. Her support base also reaches the Caribbean, having performed at Antigua and Barbuda's annual Soothe Lounge. Her music has also reached is playing from Canada to Germany to South America.
She is also a member vocalist of the revamped Roy Ayres-produced, RAMP, an American soul/jazz band of the 70’s whose music works have been sampled by R&B notables such as Erykah Badu, and Q-Tip from a Tribe Called Quest.
Whether she is performing with her band, or collaborating with fellow artists, Desiree is always connecting with music-lovers in an effort to “Keep Good Music Alive!”
Desiree's EP, "The Principles Present: Desiree Jordan EP", debuted in the top 100 R&B albums on iTunes upon its release date, January 17, 2017. Support artistry and download Here!