Having grown up in Corinth, MS (a mere 2 hours Northeast from where Robert Johnson sold his soul to the Devil), music was always an important part of Jordan's life from the very beginning. Picking up his father's old guitar at an early age, Prince soon began writing his own songs and performing at local teen clubs, cafe's, and record shops.
Soon after high school, Prince moved to New Orleans Louisiana, the birthplace of Jazz. New Orleans was the only place in the New World where slaves were allowed to own drums, and the rhythms have flowed through that city and its residents ever since. There, Prince got his education in the Arts, and was given the opportunity to fine-tune his sound through collaboration and exploration with other musical talents.
Falling in love with a European girl at his University, Prince then moved to Germany to attempt a new life abroad. Since 2016, Prince has been working out of Germany to continue his pursuit of a truly unique Americana sound.
Prince’s latest album, 12 Songs for 12 Friends was developed through a cast of inspirations from across his life like Wilco, The Shins, and Sufjan Stevens and features amazing artists like Avi Buffalo.
He has a 2019 EP in the making, and plans to release it this Spring.