From a young age Jordan Anthony had an ear for music and a passion for singing.
Writing music from the age of seven, Jordan used money from busking to fund and independently release his first album 'One Word' in 2018 and has a passion to share his experiences with others through his music.
Hailing from Western Australia, the 18 year-old vocal powerhouse captured the hearts of the Nation when at the age of only 14 he became the youngest finalist ever in the history of the series to make the Top 4 in the 2019 season of The Voice Australia. Following the Voice, Jordan was selected to represent Australia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with his original song 'We Will Rise'.
With a passion to act as the voice of his generation, Jordan is consistently growing his skills on the piano, guitar and songwriting, taking inspiration from his idols Guy Sebastian, Calum Scott, Ed Sheeran, Charlie Puth, Sam Smith & Shawn Mendes. His personal lyrics provide insight into his experiences of bullying, heartbreak and loss.
His 2020 Independent release 'Broken Love' is nearing 400,000 streams on Spotify and earlier this year Jordan released 'Higher', a track about his close knit community of family and friends and a reminder that they are a continual part of his journey, who are there for the highs and the lows. He says of this community and the song: "None of what I've achieved would have been possible without them and I think the song reflects that. It's a song that everyone has the ability to relate to and it's a message that I think should be heard."
Jordan's powerful voice and song writing continues to grow from strength to strength. He is currently working on a catalogue of tracks with the view to refine these and release an EP within the next twelve months and take his music career to the next level.