Award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter Marc Jordan is about to release a newly minted collection of chilled out romantic contemporary jazz arrangements of popular songs by some of his favourite composers, along with some of his previously unreleased original compositions.
Both Sides is Jordan’s first new solo album in six years and will be released on April 5, 2019, via Linus Entertainment.
The nine-track release was recorded with the Prague Symphony and features Randy Brecker, Lou Pomanti, Marc Rogers, Kevan McKenzie, and Mark Lalama.
The album features hits like “The Nearness of You” and “What Are You Doing The Rest of Your Life” sprinkled amongst Joni Mitchell’s “Both Sides Now” and Lou Reed’s “Walk On The Wild Side.”
This is an album you don’t want to miss, and if you’re able to catch Jordan live, you should do that as well!
Upcoming Tour Dates:
April 2 @ JazzFM Live To Air, Toronto, ON
April 4 @ Aeolian Hall, London, ON
April 6 @ Opera House, Gravenhurst, ON
May 2 @ Meridian Theatres at Centrepointe, Ottawa, ON
May 4 @ Grand Theatre, Kingston, ON
May 5 @ Gayety Theatre, Collingwood, ON
May 6 @ Roxy Theatre, Owen Sound, ON
May 8 @ Market Hall, Peterborough, ON
May 9 @ River Run Centre, Guelph, ON
May 10 @ Regent Theatre, Oshawa, ON
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