Jordan Mackenzie Smith is an American singer, songwriter, and musician from Harlan, Kentucky. Smith began singing in his church choir and continued through his college education at Lee University. In 2015 he gained national recognition when he won season nine of the singing competition The Voice. During his time on The Voice he was the show's first artist of the season to reach No. 1 in sales of pop songs in the iTunes Store, and set new sales marks on Billboard charts.
|Birth name:||Jordan Mackenzie Smith|
|Born:||November 4, 1993, Harlan, Kentucky, U.S.|
|Genres:||Pop, contemporary Christian, gospel|
About Jordan Smith
Pop and Christian singer who won season nine of the popular reality series The Voice as a member of Team Adam.
He began singing in choir at church as a child. He then later was named Poke Sallet Idol, a small town version of the popular series American Idol in Harlan, Kentucky.
His Christian singles "Hallelujah," "Mary Did You Know," and "Great is Thy Faithfulness" all topped out at #1 on the US Christian charts in 2015.
He was born in Whitley County, Kentucky to Kelley and Geri Smith. In June 2016, he married his longtime girlfriend Kristen Denny.
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- Gospel music pianists
- Lee University alumni
- Republic Records artists
- 20th-century Christians
- American pop pianists
- American male pop singers
- 21st-century Christians
- Singers from Tennessee
- Songwriters from Kentucky
- Singers from Kentucky
- American gospel singers
- Songwriters from Tennessee
- 21st-century American pianists