Jordan Harvey

Jordan Harvey grew up in rural, blue-collar Scotland, experiencing the Scottish version of the lifestyle represented in most Country songs. He lived and breathed Country music, dreaming about one day commanding a stage like his idols Johnny Cash and Paul McCartney—but he knew it was going to be a long journey that was never going to be an easy, straight line. He worked in a local recording studio, studied music at Tech Music School in London, opened for Simple Minds as a member of the OK Social Club which led to him playing his own shows as a solo act and singing on BBC One — the UK’s most-watched TV channel — as a contestant on the singing competition Let It Shine. Eventually, Jordan’s father encouraged the multi-instrumentalist to follow his passion across the pond and chase his dreams in Music City. A mere days later Jordan found himself couch surfing in Nashville, cutting his teeth playing the graveyard shift at some of the city’s most popular honky tonks before joining King Calaway’s roster where he’s gained experience opening for Garth Brooks and a host of shows including Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Late Late Show with James CordenTODAY,  The Kelly Clarkson Show and the internationally-acclaimed show Neighbours. Never letting go of his dream, the Caledonian Cowboy now makes his solo debut with a host of new music written and recorded with some of Nashville’s best talents. Signed to BBR Music Group, Harvey released his debut track “Alabama Girl” on August 5.