'Writing, singing and performing is a dream realized. Music is the centre point of my focus and passion.' - Jordan Doell In a family of six children, the passion for creating and entertaining was passed directly from father to his son Jordan. Performing from the age of seven as a country and gospel soloist, Jordan later moved into rock n' roll and gained extensive experience as he toured throughout Western Canada playing the club circuit. His gospel training proved an asset and in the mid 90's Jordan's powerful voice and energetic stage presence made him one of the most sought after frontmen on the West Coast. The last six years have seen Jordan rediscover his roots in country music and embrace it's melodies and stories with newfound passion. 'It's the story lines that appeal to me the most' says Jordan, 'They all have such great tales to tell'. Upon rediscovering his original musical passion, there was no looking back. In 2006, Jordan received a grant from Factor Canada, which helped him to complete a four song, self-titled demo CD featuring 'Hey Jones' and 'She Treats Me Bad'. He then went on to release his debut album, 'That's Me No More', featuring the song 'Hankin' It Up'. This exposure enabled Jordan to tour extensively and he went on the road to pursue his dream full-time in 2007. In addition to his regular Western Canada circuit, performances include the Merritt Mountain Music Festival, Ranchman's (Calgary, AB), opening for iconic band Chilliwack and the 2008 BCCMA awards show. Jordan has traveled to Nashville, TN and performed in some of the city's most famous honkytonks such as Tootsies Orchid Lounge, and The Bluebird Café. 'It's hard being away from family and friends for long periods of time,' says Doell. 'But the fans make it worth it and I am happiest when I'm performing live.' In 2008 Jordan met fellow artist Gord Bamford and the meeting proved to be a pivotal moment in his career. The connection led to an introduction with 2007 CCMA Producer of the Year award winner, Bart McKay and the trio set out on a musical adventure. The end result of this collaboration was the release of Jordan's second album 'Politically Incorrect' early in 2009. The first single 'Blue Collar Palace' was an instant favourite with new and traditional country fans alike. The BCCMA has also recognized Jordan's talent and commitment, honouring him with two nominations for the Horizon Award as well as a nomination for best website. With an extensive tour schedule and a trip to Nashville planned for spring 2009, Jordan continues to live his dream and share his love of country music.