Even through the toughest of battles, Jordyn’s mission to deliver the funk to the people prevails. In the heart of Los Angeles, for the past two years she has curated a strong network and name for herself within the music industry. From Black Rabbit Rose to Melrose Studios to college frat parties, Jordyn can be seen laying down grooves anywhere in the city. Originally attending classical competitions and showcases as a pianist, she soon found that her drive as a musician was placed elsewhere. When she first heard Tal Wilkenfeld’s bass solo over Jeff Beck’s rendition of “Cause We’ve Ended As Lovers”, she became obsessed with the instrument and learned the solo note for note.
Over the years she has been influenced by the melodic approaches of a variety of bassists, such as Charles Mingus, John Entwistle, Thundercat, Esperanza Spalding, Nathan Watts, and James Jamerson. Currently studying at the University of Southern California in Popular Music Performance and Music Industry, Jordyn continues to grows as a well-rounded musician that has dedicated an ongoing fourteen years to her craft.
Jordyn has played for an array of artists, including Jacob Luttrell, Steven Van Zandt, Dave Yaden, Raine Stern, Linsey Urrie, Diimond Meeks, Eddie Brigati of The Rascals, Johnny Farina, Lou Pallo, DJ Charan Andreas, Koil PreAmple, Printz Board and Johnny Nasty Boots. Additionally during her time off stage she can be seen in the studio songwriting or tracking parts for producers. Being the youngest musician to ever perform at the Houston Brother’s owned Black Rabbit Rose, she caught the attention of many successful musicians; With most notably Anderson. Paak and Leon Bridges, praising her as “A musician who’s well-beyond her years”. Her strengths in electric and upright bass, synth programming (keyboards/synth bass), vocals (lead/backing), and songwriting continues to put her in the forefront of up and coming musicians in Los Angeles.