Jordan Rowe’s love of music and dream to become a successful country artist began when he was just a kid in the small town of Adel, located in the heart of South Georgia. His artistry and songwriting has been influenced by artists such as Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Kenney Chesney and more. His sound can be described as “traditional as Alan Jackson, but as fresh, young, and fun as Jon Pardi.”Jordan moved to Nashville in summer of 2019 after graduating from the University of Georgia, where he studied agribusiness, agricultural and applied economics, and music business. Being only 5 hours away from Music City, Jordan would travel back and forth on college breaks and weekends to intern at River House Artists. He also began writing songs with some of Nashville’s hit writers such as Ray Fulcher, Cole Taylor, & Thomas Archer. Fast forward two years later, and Jordan, alongside award-winning producer Derek Wells, released his debut album, Bad Case of the Good Ole Boy. This project features artists such as Rhett Akins, Eddie Montgomery [Montgomery Gentry], Tracy Lawrence, Lainey Wilson & Ashland Craft. Jordan’s most recent single “5:00 In The Country,” co-written with Driver Williams and Hunter Phelps, can be found anywhere you listen to music. He has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with touring sensations such as Luke Combs, Cody Johnson, Jon Pardi, Cole Swindell, Riley Green and Chris Janson, to name a few. Jordan is published by both River House Artists and Ashley Gorley’s Tape Room Music. When Jordan isn’t writing songs or playing shows, he is either hunting, fishing, or nose-deep in a finance book.