Jordan James has signed an exclusive worldwide publishing deal with Eclipse Music Group.
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, James has been singing and writing songs from an early age. At 12, he was selected to sing with Kenny Rogers as a part of his annual Christmas concert which awakened his passion for performing.
James’ pursuit towards music moved him away from home when he was handpicked by producer David Foster to participate in his 2009 Hit Man Tour. Jordan comes to Nashville by way of Los Angeles where he achieved numerous pop cuts, including songs placed with multi-Platinum selling artists Andy Grammer and Hailee Steinfeld.
“We are thrilled to welcome Jordan James to the Eclipse Music family. He’s an authentic artist whose music showcases his Georgia roots as well as his experience on the West Coast,” says General Manager of Eclipse’s publishing division, Penny Gattis. “His songs are familiar and fresh at the same time and his world class vocals are equally matched by his songwriting ability. We feel privileged to be his publishing home.”
“I’m honored to be a part of this incredible team, and I know we can and will build something big here,” says James. “I’m so grateful to have a support system like Eclipse on my side and I can’t wait to see what our future holds.”
Eclipse Music Group is a Nashville-based independent music publisher and management company that was founded in 2017. The company’s focus lies on identifying and supporting creative talent and nurturing the next generation of artists and songwriters.
James joins Eclipse Music’s growing roster of talent which includes Ronnie Bowman, Nick Connors, Sarah Darling, Early James, Eric Masse, Jim McCormick, and Payton Smith.
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