Jordan Hull is an indie singer-songwriter originally from Dayton, OH – home to Guided By Voices, Kim and Kelley Deal, Dave Chappelle, The Ohio Players, Tommy James and the Shondells, John Legend - to name a few. An unassuming pool of talent and DIY ingenuity.
After guerrilla recording his first album in a series of apartments and office buildings in Dayton in 2008 on quarter-inch tape reels with Engineer Patrick Himes, Pat convinced the then 19 year-old songwriter to move to Nashville. And so it began...
Jordan has lived in Nashville for the better part of the decade. Releasing a follow up album in 2012 "Who's Gonna Teach You How To live?" on Philly label Ropeadope (Snarky Puppy/Dirty Dozen Brass Band) and a 3rd full-length to vinyl independently in 2017, "Somewhere Is a Place to Be" as well as previously unreleased "Grenadine: The Lost EP" on cassette. All the while traveling the country and parts of Canada playing gigs anywhere that would have him.
Currently Jordan resides in the great state of Oregon digging the Sea.