My name is Jordan Moed


     Jordan Taylor Moed is a Musician, Songwriter, and Music Producer in Nashville, TN, best known for being the co-founder of the rock n roll heavy swingers, Suspicious Minds, and 2018's rock epic "In Living Color" . Graduate from the prestigious Full Sail University, Co-Founder of Crashline Studios Nashville, and currently an active member of the Songwriters Guild of America.


     Rock n Roll, why does it need to be more! National touring and recording songwriter Jordan Taylor Moed has spent years showing the world why he’s one of the top guns in today’s rock n roll scene, and gives you every reason why you should consider him too.

       From being the pioneer behind the heavy swing rock n roll band Suspicious Minds, to his radio successful collaborations that have bridged gaps in the rock n roll genre, to being a co founder of the infamous NJ heavy metal band Horseman 5, now brings the next chapter of rock n roll excellence.


   2018’s “In Living Color” was Jordan’s debut as a solo artist, and would become a stand out rock smash! The song would rise to over 25,000 streams in the first couple of weeks and made the statement that Jordan was the real deal, and here to stay.

   Following the success, Jordan signed a distribution deal with Unable Records, and to which a sling of collaborations were spawned and a few found some heavy radio rotations including 2019’s “Lay Low” by Jeremiah Dangers and the Led Zeppelin cover of “The Immigrant Song” during Jordan’s tenure with the Nashville heavy metal outfit Voodoo Prophet.

 As well during this time, Jordan released with Suspicious Minds, “Electric Elvis” the debut album from the group to which, spawned the radio rock smash hit, “Hampton Jig”. Today the song has soared over 30,000 streams and was featured as the Buzz Cut Of The Week on 102.9 The Buzz Nashville’s Rock Radio Station during the 2019 NFL Draft. Followed the release was a U.S. Tour in support of the record.

 2020 has proven to be the year for Jordan, after his performance at the “Metal For Nashville Tornado Benefit” event at the Exit In, Jordan has been hard at work writing and recording his full length debut album. In May, Jordan released the rock smash, “Finding Atlantis” the second single to be released from this upcoming album. In the first couple months of release, the song has soared over 20K streams worldwide and was a nominee for “Best Rock Song” at the 2020 Spring World Songwriting Awards. During a recent interview with Divaudi Studios Detroit, Jordan announced that he was near completion of the new debut record, and another new single was on the way as well.

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Nominated for Best Rock Song at the 2020 Spring WSA's