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William Jordan





Originating from Elizabethtown Kentucky, William was born and raised in a Southern Baptist household full of Gospel and Blues singers. He developed his vocal talents while singing in the church choir at First Baptist Church of Elizabethtown, and traveling with his family as guests at several area churches and community events.

Since coming to the west coast, William has been blessed to be the opening act for H-Town, Andre Crouch, The Clark Sisters and sing background for the great Stevie Wonder, Chante Moore and Christopher Williams.  He’s also shared the stage with Whitney Houston, Patti LaBelle and Marlon Jackson.


William has been a member of an inspirational group called “Light”, an R&B group called “Serenade”, the gospel group “Higher Calling”, West Coast “B” Side Band, and a lead vocalist for the Los Angeles based KJLH Performance Choir. He is currently a background singer for the Sherry Gordy Present’s Take The Stage show in Las Vegas.


FB_IMG_1442689925678Along with his singing, William also is an actor and has had leading roles in USC’s production of “The Wiz” and “Cotton Comes To Harlem”. More recently he has been in several Gospel plays, including the hit Gospel Stage Play “A Man Who Finds A Wife Finds A Good Thing”.  He also played Nelson Mandela in a Rock Opera called “Visions”.


William has received several awards for his vocal talents and was the first ever recipient of the “Zeola Gaye Take The Stage Mic Award”.  He has also been voted as the “Long Beach Jazz Male Vocalist Of  The Year” multiple times. He believes that his talent comes from God, his family and the experiences that have come his way.  Listening to him is a positive and emotional experience you will not forget.














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