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Interview with Jordan McIntosh

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JORDAN McINTOSH's 2013 single Grew Up In A Country Song relies heavily on his own experiences and plays out like a series of lyrical snapshots from a classic country tune; all drawn from his memories of growing up in the rural community of Carleton Place. “In Country music every song tells a different story and I wanted to write something that paid respect to where I’m from.” 

Jordan is nominated for the Rising Star award at this year's Country Music Association of Ontario awards show which take place on May 26th. He'll also be performing at the awards show that night. Earlier this year, he was part of the Young Guns tour featuring Brett Kissell and One More Girl. He also has performances lined up at Manitoba’s Dauphin Country Fest, the Havelock Country Jamboree, PEI’s Cavendish Beach Music Festival and a return to Boots and Hearts in August. 

He's proud to be part of the CCMA (Canadian Country Music Association) Discovery Program. The mandate of the program is to create a national program to support country music artists to reach their potential by providing educational, mentorship, networking, and exposure opportunities.

Jordan is signed to Big Star Recordings - the independent label run by Invictus Entertainment Group (Jim Cressman) and distributed by Universal Music Canada. His debut album with them - featuring the current single That Girl - is set for release in June 2014.