Archie Jordan - press release for appearances.
Award-winning songwriter/singer Archie Jordan thrills audiences of all ages with concerts that both inspire and entertain. Archie will be appearing at ____(place), ____(day, date)_____ , at ____(time)______. Admission is ______(prlce)_____.
The two-time Grammy nominee has eight number one songs to his credit, including It Was Almost Like A Song from the movie "The Bridges of Madison County," as well as seven gold and three platinum albums and 15 ASCAP awards. More than 100 artists have recorded his songs including Ronnie Milsap, Barbara Mandrell, Kenny Rogers, B.J. Thomas, Tina Turner, Glenn Campbell, Engelbert Humperdinck, The Tams, Anne Murray, Amy Grant and Steven Curtis Chapman.
Archie is also noted for his humorous side as he sings and plays the piano and guitar while narrating his rise from small town musician to acclaimed Nashville songwriter/singer.
His performances have been enjoyed twice by Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue, Convention participants at the Omni Hotel-Atlanta, The Jekyll Island Club Hotel-Jekyll Island, patrons of The Cloister-Sea Island, viewers of several Nashville television shows, Senators and Congressmen in Washington, D.C., The Country Music Hall of Fame-Nashville, and numerous church congregations. His performing schedule has taken him to several southern states, Texas, and California.
Archies concerts are best described by the song title of one of his biggest hits, What A Difference Hell Make In Your Life.
Introduction for Appearances
Two-time Grammy award nominated songwriter, Archie Jordan, has a long list of hits. Eight of those reaching number one on the charts, including It Was Almost Like A Song from the movie "The Bridges of Madison County." Other song credits include What A Difference Youve Made In My Life and Lets Take The Long Way Around The World. Archie is the recipient of seven gold and three platinum albums, and fifteen ASCAP awards. Over one hundred artists have recorded his songs including Ronnie Milsap, B.J. Thomas, Tina Turner, Placido Domingo, Barbara Mandrell, Kenny Rogers, Amy Grant, Steven Curtis Chapman, Anne Murray, Johnny Mathis, Charlie Rich, The Tams, Glenn Campbell and Engelbert Humperdinck. Please join me in welcoming Archie Jordan.