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Meet Jordan Kirkdorffer of The Voice Season 14


Jordan Kirkdorffer of The Voice Season 14Contestants rumored to have successfully auditioned for Season 14 of The Voice include Jordan Kirkdorffer of Nashville.

The Voice returns Monday, Feb. 26, with Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Alicia Keys and Kelly Clarkson as coaches and a new blind audition twist.

Check back then and throughout Season 14 for complete coverage on Voice Views. Meanwhile, here’s a bit about Jordan.

* On Instagram, Jordan identifies himself as a singer and accountant. In fact, he’s been working as senior staff auditor with Crowe Horwath LLP in Nashville.

* That said, he calls music “my first true passion” on Facebook, where he recently posted a cover of Brett Eldredge’s “The Long Way,” calling it his first step back into music after passing his CPA exam. You can check that out below.

* Also on his Facebook page is an original he wrote with Emily Hackett called “Something ‘Bout Christmas.” It dates from 2014.

* In 2014, he competed in the Michiana Rising Star competition, a talent show featuring artists from northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan and aired by WNIT as a fundraiser for public television. He performed “Believe” and “I Drive Your Truck” on that show.

* On Facebook, he calls Garth Brooks his current and childhood hero.

* He’s a graduate of Belmont University in Nashville and worked as a brand management and publicity intern with Warner Music Nashville.

Twitter: @jkirkdorffer

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