Through the rain / ‘Til the moment we go under I’ll remain / Tried and true / Into the deepest of blues.” – Jordan Pratt

Jordan Pratt is a singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles. As a new father on the East Coast with a degree in classical vocal performance, Jordan made the completely rational, not at all terrifying decision to dive head first into songwriting. Since then, Jordan has written hundreds of songs, moved to LA, and released his first EP “Anywhere in the World” in March of 2020.

Jordan’s song “Come Back to Me Love” was a finalist in the 2020 John Lennon Songwriting Competition. He was selected as a participant in the prestigious Johnny Mercer Songwriting Project of 2021 (notable alumni include Pasek & Paul, writers of La La Land, Dear Evan Hansen, and The Greatest Showman). He was also a mentee in the Society of Composers and Lyricsists Mentorship program of 2020-21.

Jordan’s influences include Bon Iver, Adam Melchor, Ethan Gruska, and Ben Platt. Jordan’s music has been well reviewed by Hype Machine listed blogs such as Ear to the Ground and Surviving the Golden Age.  You can find all the links to his music here.