Legendary saxophonist Sir Edward “Kidd” Jordan is acclaimed internationally as one of the true master improvisers still performing today. Indie Jazz aptly describes Jordan as a "genteel man" who is "probably the single most under-documented jazz musician of his generation, a fact that is even more remarkable when you consider that he is also one of the busiest musicians in the world."
The son of saxophonist Kidd Jordan and the older brother of trumpeter Marlon Jordan. He has toured with Elvin Jones and Recorded solo albums on CBS Records. Kent Jordan is a Jazz Master, Flautist who studied at the Eastman School of Music and New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts, where he studied with Ellis Marsalis .
Stephanie Jordan's current show continues her trademark of singing jazz standards from the Big Band era, including highlights from the “Stephanie Jordan Sings a Tribute to Lena Horne” CD which honors the legendary Grammy Award winner and film star. Jazz critic Ted Panken writes, “Great lyrics permeate this beautifully rendered homage, and Jordan has the skill sets to do them justice
Trumpeter Marlon Jordan was one of the "Young Jazz Lions" who were signed, recorded and promoted on CBS and Arabesque record labels. He recorded three impressive LPs for Columbia from 1998 to 1992, For You Only; named "one of the best debut albums of the year" by the Washington Post, Learson's Return, and The Undaunted, and one for the Arabesque label entitled Marlon's Mode in 1997.