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with The Free Label and John Famos
$10—$15 advance, $15 door
From the Promoter
On October 16th, Ezra Jordan will be playing at The Supermarket at 7pm. John Famos and The Free Label will be joining them as well.
Ezra Jordan is a Canadian singer/songwriter from Toronto, Ontario. The son of songwriters, Ezra’s exposure to music began at an early age. He is now forging his own path in the music industry with his soulful, refreshing and authentic sound. He draws inspiration from genres including R&B/Funk, Alt-Pop and executes songwriting with a keyboard-oriented approach.
In just over a year, Ezra has exceeded expectations. He has successfully toured across Ontario & Quebec, was a finalist on CTV’s The Launch, and accumulated over 1.8 Million streamson Spotify. This was all done independently.
Ezra was fortunate enough to be born into a musical household. As the son of Marc Jordan (Rod Stewart, Josh Groban) and Amy Sky (Heart, Olivia-Newton John), Ezra has been surrounded by music since his earliest days. He took up piano at the age of 4 and although he also learned to play guitar and drums while growing up, piano remains as his main instrument.
At the age of 18, Ezra suffered a traumatic and life-threatening sports injury to his leg that ruptured his femoral artery. He required emergency surgery to save his life and avoid amputation. It was an 18-month recovery process, that disabled him to properly sit at a piano. Seeking a different musical outlet, Ezra turned to singing and writing songs. With his newfound singing ability and innate sense for songwriting, Ezra then joined Juno-nominated singer-songwriter Scott Helman as his keyboard player and backup singer.
Following his stint with Scott Helman, Ezra moved to Los Angeles to attend the Musician’s Institute and focus on his solo career. He successfully completed their Independent Artist Program, and returned to Toronto, working on releasing his own music.
With deep musical bloodlines and a fresh take on pop music, Ezra Jordan is only just scratching the surface of his musical potential.