Vocalist Jordan Coffing is evocative and captivating, playfully finessing sophisticated melodies, while displaying a tone that is lush and compelling.  As a composer her music encompasses an eclectic mix of indie rock, acoustic pop, jazz, and hip-hop.

   Coffing attended Houston’s High School For the Performing and Visual arts and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Jazz Performance from the internationally acclaimed University of North Texas, where she had the opportunity to work with living legends Rosana Eckert, Kurt Elling and Peter Eldridge. She performs classic jazz repertoire by Billie Holiday, Betty Carter, and Sarah Vaughan and cites current artists such as Feist, Tigran Hamasyan, St. Vincent, and Becca Stevens as her main influences. Coffing hybridizes traditional and progressive concepts to deliver a fresh, singular sound that is all her own.

   Jordan was born in Los Angeles to a film composer/songwriter and a graphic artist. She began singing at an early age and needless to say her talent was encouraged. Her father brought her into the studio at a young age which led to singing background vocals for Film & TV scores and records including vocals for a TV theme song performed by Chaka Khan.

   Currently residing and performing in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Coffing works as an active vocalist, composer, guitarist and educator. She has worked as a sideman for several diverse projects from singing backup for “Naked Lunch”, a Steely Dan Cover band, to performing with Denton based folk group “Many Voices.”

   Jordan Coffing is a new voice that will speak to the current generation while echoing sounds from the past.