Dave's latest record, Bring Back Red Raspberry, has been receiving killer reviews and has been featured in numerous local, regional and national media, including getting a shout out on NPR's weekend edition.
Check out a great article in An Honest Tune Magazine on the album and Dave's career here.
"Jordan can clearly rock with the best." -Vinyl District Blog
"...a polished, hook heavy gem that encompasses all of the things that make Jordan's music so damn good. It is mellow and heartfelt, road-worn and earnest..."-Hittin' The Note
"...like a rustic, Cajun Paul Westerberg, mixed with a Springsteenian sense of wordplay." -offBeat Magazine
"Jordan's quietly desperate landscapes come off as deceptively offhand The Basement Tapes or what the Stones used to do to country." -offBeat Magazine
"...runs the gamut of southern roots sounds, most played with rock's edge and a luxurious lack of urgency." -My Spilt Milk Blog
"...stripped down roots rock, as comfortable in the corners of rowdy pubs or smoky blues holes." -Gambit Magazine
"Listening to the record from start to finish brings to mind the experience of walking through the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival...a diversity that defies categorization." -An Honest Tune
After many starts and stops, Dave turned to kickstarter to raise the funds to complete the album. The campaign was an overwhelming success as Dave raised over $12,000 from his national, regional and local fanbase, reflecting both the legacy he built with Juice and his south Louisiana roots. You can check out his kickstarter video here: