Jerome Jordan, born and raised in Brooklyn, started singing at the age of four. When he was five years old he began to play the drums. At the age of ten he picked up the violin and the viola, while in junior high school. Around this time he also began to play keyboards. Upon discovering the guitar at the age of thirteen, Jerome Jordan, found the instrument that would compliment his singing and on-stage antics. While growing up, 70's soul and rock and 80's new wave, punk and hip-hop were his inspiration information. In the mid to late nineties, Jerome began to take New York City by storm, playing and singing in such New York powerhouse groups as Funkface, Tamar-Kali, Maya, The Screaming Headless Torsos/Strawberry Acid Lab featuring guitar wizard David "Fuze" Fuizcinscy, Rha Goddess, Lisala, Abbey Dobson, Shelley Nicole, N'Dea Davenport, and with jazz cellist, Nioka Workman's Ebon's Jam.
Jerome Jordan also played and sang with Columbia recording artist Jeni Fujita, Island/Def Jam/American recording artist Saul Williams, Sony Independiente recording artist D.J. Punk Rock and Jive recording artist Mystikal. He has played guitar on recordings for Mary J. Blige, Brand New Heavies, Soul II Soul, Cleopatra, Big Pun, Ginuwine, Mark Morrison, The Wu Tang Clan, Conner Reeve, Hinda Hicks and the list continues.
Now, singer/songwriter, Jerome Jordan is striking out on his own, forging new paths for music with real songs that are at once hip and classic, intelligent, intuitive and fun. On stage, his performances are exciting, gripping and intense. Jerome Jordan, simply sums it up, "I play music. I love it! I love being on stage even more and I think that you will too. Check it out!"