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Jordan Soon, a singer-songwriter hailing from the beautiful Wailuku Maui, shares his gift of music with the world.

Jordan Soon, a native of Maui, exhibited his passion for entertainment at a young age. At four years old, he serenaded his family with a rendition of Mariah Carey's "I'll Be There" while singing karaoke. His family recognized his innate talent for performing, although Jordan was not yet aware of his potential.

Jordan was an average young boy with a passion for singing. As he began performing in front of audiences, he frequently sported a silver glove and hat. As a child, he idolized the late Michael Jackson.

In January 2016, Jordan became part of GMB, a Girl Meets Boy Band. Jordan performed alongside peers of similar age and showcased his talent at various events, including Maui First Friday, Maui Fourth Friday, Maui AG Fest at Maui Tropical Plantation, Baldwin Block Party, Maui Mall, and other similar events. This experience offered Jordan a glimpse into the music industry and provided valuable insight into what it's like to be a professional musician, including the importance of stage presence.

In June of 2017, Jordan Soon made a transition from GMB to pursue his solo career as Jordan Soon's Music. As a young, aspiring musician, Jordan is committed to realizing his dreams and aspirations.

2017 was a highlight in Jordan's courier with the introduction of his social media platforms under the handle @thelocaljordan, where he posted singing videos that quickly amassed a significant following throughout Hawaii. His fans continue to support him to this day. Another significant milestone in Jordan's career was his solo debut performance at Wailuku First Friday, where he opened for Nā Hokū Hanohano award winner Kimie Miner. Moreover, he had the honor of opening for Grammy Award winner Kalani Pea, who generously awarded him a scholarship worth one thousand dollars to support his musical pursuits.

In 2018, Jordan accomplished a significant career milestone when he opened for the Grammy award-winning artist All-4-One at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center. Later that same year, in May, Jordan was invited to participate in the Na Hoku Hanohano Awards, Hawaii's most prestigious music event, by Kimie Miner & Haku Collective, a company dedicated to supporting artists. During the event, Jordan conducted a social media takeover for Haku Collective, utilizing the opportunity to interview some of Hawaii's most celebrated personalities, including Josh Tatofi, Paula Fuga, Anuhea Jenkins, Mckenna Maduli, Tulsi Gabbard, and others.

Jordan has enthralled audiences worldwide with his musical prowess, including his debut performance at the Reno Aloha Festivals. He has successfully produced three soulful tracks: "Flashlight," "Just Believe In Yourself," and "He Will Carry You." Jordan's artistry has been showcased at numerous venues, such as the Keauhou Shopping Center in Kona, the Made In Maui festival at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center, the Queen Ka’ahumanu Center, The Ritz Carlton Kapalua, The Westin Ka’anapali, The Maui Fair, among others. Collaborating with Jordan on stage are accomplished musicians, including Liz Morales (Vocals/Guitar), Joe Ahuna (Vocals/Guitar), Shania-Lee (Vocals/Bass), and Pohai Dias (Vocals/Percussionist), who complement his music with their unique talents. Jordan remains steadfast in his dedication to music and aspires to release an album someday.


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