Jordan Jansen is an Australian pop singer from Gold Coast, Queensland. In May 2010, Hollywoodlife.com called Jansen "the latest pride and joy of Australia", following his appearances on Australia's Got Talent and sudden rise to popularity online. Jansen has been called "the new Bieber" and has more than three-quarters of a million followers on Twitter and a fan club of devotees who call themselves "Jordaneers". As of March 2018, his music video of the Leonard Cohen song "Hallelujah" has over 4.9 million views on YouTube. As of March 2018, his YouTube channel as a whole has accumulated over 37 million views. In 2011, Jansen was signed by American record label Kite Records and Australian label Sony Music Australia, with David Sonenberg as his manager. In late 2014, they parted ways and Jansen announced his upcoming EP to be released in the fall of 2015. On 31 May 2016, his EP Invincible was released worldwide.
|Born:||March 12, 1998, Palm Beach, Queensland, Australia|
|Genres:||Pop, Rock, R&B|
|Instruments:||Vocals, guitar, piano|
|Associated acts:||Connie Talbot|
|Twitter:||Jordan Jansen's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Jordan Jansen's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Jordan Jansen's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||Jordan Jansen's Youtube channel|
About Jordan Jansen
Pop singer who competed on Australia's Got Talent and whose cover of Leonard Cohen's song "Hallelujah" has more than 4.9 million views on YouTube. He was called "the latest pride and joy of Australia" by Hollywood Life.
He began performing locally at the age of 6 and made his debut on Australia's Got Talent when he was 10. He began posting videos to YouTube just so his Nana could hear him sing but his online presence spread and soon enough he had millions of channel views.
His most devoted fans refer to themselves as "Jordaneers."
He was born in Gold Coast, Queensland and has an older sister named Jessica.
He posted an acoustic cover song video of Justin Bieber's "One Time" in 2010.
Information related to Jordan Jansen
- Australian Internet celebrities
- Australian child singers
- Australian dance musicians
- Australian pianists
- Australian pop singers
- Child pop musicians
- Australian guitarists
- 21st-century Australian singers
- Australian male singers
- 21st-century pianists