About Brian Jordan
Brian Jordan has always had a unique approach to making music, which is something that distinguishes him from most of todays artists. Brian got his start performing original music via the Southern California underground rock scene with a band called “Daddy Longleggs”. This eclectic and unconventional band pulled some of the largest audiences to date for a local band. The need for growth saw the demise of this project as Brian Jordan subsequently began his national touring career. Throughout the Nineties, Brian recorded and toured with various international reggae artists as well keeping pace with the groove-jazz scene happening at home in San Diego. And through that home-town connection, Brian met up with Karl Denson. Brian began performing with “Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe” in April 1999. For over four years now, Brian has been helping KDTU keep the funk alive with his tasty, soulful and jazzy licks. Some of the pinnacles of Brian’s career have been performing with James Brown and Dave Mathews at a sold out Madison Square Garden show and jamming with Lenny Kravitz and KDTU late night at Tipatina’s Uptown in New Orleans. But, but the biggest highlight has been playing for all the music lovers throughout the world. Brians recordings reflect his varied and exciting adventures through the world of music. His trademark is being different, striking and good!
Soulive was joined by special guests Marcus King, Maurice Brown, Tash Neal and Frédéric Yonnet for the fourth show of their Bowlive VIII residency at Brooklyn Bowl.
Jackie Greene unveiled pro-shot video of his set at Red Rocks on July 4 featuring special guest Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead.
Acclaimed drummer Bill Vitt, best known for his work as part of Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders’ band has died.
The Highwomen – Amanda Shires, Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris and Natalie Hemby – confirmed the release of their self-titled debut album and shared the video for the lead single, “Redesigning Women.”
Dave Matthews Band made it through Thursday’s rescheduled concert at Jones Beach without any weather issues, dusted off a ‘Before These Crowded Streets’ classic and jammed with James Casey of the Trey Anastasio Band.