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Interview with Jordan McIntosh

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Ottawa-based Country artist & teen hearthrob JORDAN MCINTOSH is making a big name for himself through great performances at various venues this summer and through his singles at radio - and his videos. By now you've probably heard Walk Away, Let Me Love You & his latest Grew Up In A Country Song. Music is his passion and he's pursuing it with 100% determination. “I obviously had a dream of this growing. That started to become a reality over the past year. That might seem quick but I've been working at this for about seven or eight years,” Jordan explains.“There was always that hope but I keep an open mind and stay grounded. There's a one-in-a-million chance that you'll make a career of your ability. It keeps you focused.” With initial influences like Carrie Underwood and Mariah Carey, he now credits the likes of Luke Bryan, Johnny Reid, Taylor Swift and Jason Aldean for further inspiring him. Still in his teens, Jordan is wearing 'two hats' - that of a student and that of an upcoming Country star. “It's difficult to balance everything,” he admits. “I've had to eliminate some things from my life to pursue this but everyone is so supportive. From family to my teachers, they're behind me with this. They afford me time to work on my music and improve in this career without sacrificing something as important as school.”

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