Tresa Jordan - Singer, Song Writer, and TV Host

If You Didn’t Love Me Anymore
Danny's Song
Angels Cry
Ain't No Grave
Mistreated Angel
I Turn to Country
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As a singer and song writer, Tresa Jordan has a rich, clear voice, with plenty of true-to-life stories. When Jordan was nine years old her father let her come on-stage and sing with his band, which first sparked her ambitions to become a musician. Jordan attended the Florida School of the Performing Arts for two years. She moved to Nashville,TN in hopes of breaking into the music business. She began writing songs and working at the Cooker in Nashville. After month's of practice sessions, mainly in the evenings at neighboring self storage facilities to keep the noise down, Jordan and her band were ready to debut.

In 2006, Jordan released her self-titled debut album through the independent South River Road Records with a set of heartfelt country tunes accompanied by beautifully crafted acoustic arrangements. Jordan's album won enthusiastic reviews in the country and bluegrass press, and it was reissued by the nationally distributed Aspirion label in 2007, with the tunes "I Turn to Country" and "Angels Cry" earning radio and video play and in the Top 40's on the Music Row Country Chart.

Jan 2008- CHARTED NUMBER ONE ~ Ain't No Grave on The Roots Music Chart. Dec 2006- I Turn To Country~ Charted number 41 on The Music Row Country Chart. May 2007- Angel's Cry Charted number 45 on The Music Row Country Chart 2001- 'Undeniably You' co-written by Tresa for Avalon charted number 1 and held position 5 weeks.

Buttery smooth vocals wrap themselves around solid country bluegrass Pop acoustic sounds. Tresa Jordan sounds like a country girl who took off to chase her dream, and while she's thankful that she got to follow her dream, she loves to reminisce of the simple country life she loves and misses.

Jordan sings beautifully. It feels like you could just walk right up to her and feel like you have known her for ever!

The lyrics tell stories of simple country life spent with a loving family. "Angels Cry" is a song about infidelity and love lost, but found again in the eyes of a newborn baby with the protection of an Angel. "Dancin' on Daddy's Feet" brought tears to my eyes as I thought of my own baby girl. Beautifully written and executed. An overview of the musician credits reveals quite a group of heavy hitters. Barry Bales has performed with Alison Krauss & Union Station since 1990 and has appeared on albums by Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, Patty Loveless among others. Wanda Vick has done studio recordings for Bill Gaither, Uncle Kracker, and Deryl Dodd. Larry Franklin [former member of Asleep At The Wheel; has recorded for Martina McBride, Alan Jackson, Chely Wright, among others] Ken Lewis (Phil Keaggy, Steve Hindalong, Charlie Peacock) played percussion. Tammy Rogers [on two songs - recording credits include Randy Scruggs, Jim Lauderdale, Patty Loveless among others].

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