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Jordan Oaks is an American singer-songwriter born and raised in New England.
Jordan’s love of country music stems from his family’s deep southern roots. Jordan was exposed early-on to classic country legends, such as Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, George Strait and countless others. His deep southern sound mesmerizes audiences across the country.
In 2021, Jordan Oaks made his entry into country music on several national and country music sites where he secured over 200k thousand views. Jordan then went on to open for notable country artists including Joe Nichols, Clay Walker, Rodney Atkins, Jerrod Niemann, Kip Moore, Priscilla Block, Caroline Jones, Jimmie Allen, Parmalee, Travis Denning, Brantley Gilbert, Russell Dickerson, George Birge. Set to perform alongside Thomas Rhett, Chris Young, Sam Hunt, Lee Brice, Lainey Wilson, Chris Lane, and many others! Oaks has performed and helped Country 92.5’s and iHeart Radio's event to raise money for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.
From 2021 to Present Day, Jordan released his first single, "Sometimes I Drink Alone" on all music platforms. This single was followed by six more singles; "Something Bout a Beach", "Fix This Truck", "Might Get Loud", "Love Don't Walk That Easy", "Small Town, Big Barn", and "He Bleeds Blue". "He Bleeds Blue" is a song near and dear to Jordan’s heart because prior to his music career he aspired to be a police officer. This song was created in dedication to those who serve by songwriter, Pat Kelley, to shed light on the tremendous everyday life of the men and women in blue. Jordan’s passion for people and music, together with some extremely talented band members, ensure the total audience experience that will keep you talking long after a show! Jordan’s motto "These Roots Run Deep" is a perfect description of his values and appreciation of where he came from and where he is headed.