Jordan Set To Perform At Music City Skate Jam with Kip Moore and Tony Hawk

Debut Single “Singles You Up” Cracks Country Radio Top 40

Due to increased demand from fans for new music, MCA Nashville’s Jordan Davis is releasing a new track titled “Slow Dance In a Parking Lot” to all digital platforms today, listen HERE. “Slow Dance In a Parking Lot” holds special meaning for the singer/songwriter as it’s the first song Jordan wrote for his new publishing deal in 2015 following years of bartending on the side to pursue his music ambitions.

“‘Slow Dance In a Parking Lot’ is about a couple who doesn’t want their first date to end so they decide to use the opportunity to spend more time together, even if it’s in a Walmart parking lot,says Jordan. It’s one of my favorite songs I’ve ever written.”

Jordan’s debut single “Singles You Up,” which he co-wrote with Steven Dale Jones and Justin Ebach, is currently climbing country radio’s Top 40 after spending several weeks on the Spotify US Viral Chart (all genre). “Singles You Up” even hit the Spotify Global Viral Chart (all genre) and was the No.1 “thumbed up” song on Pandora’s New Country station.

To view the lyric video for the raucous “Singles You Up” click HERE.

Originally from Shreveport, Louisiana, Jordan has made a strong impression on critics and audiences alike with his classic lyric-writing melded with tech-tinged production. After graduating from LSU in 2012 with a degree in Resource Conservation, Jordan moved to Nashville and honed his songwriting craft influenced by his love of lyrically-driven songwriters and genre-defying musicality.

Fans can next catch Jordan this Sunday, September 10 as part of the Music City Skate Jam featuring Tony Hawk and Kip Moore. For a full list of tour dates, news, images and more, visit|||


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