Behind the Scenes on the
OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO
for "You Made A Rock"
"You Made A Rock"
BRAND NEW DUET
"You Made A Rock" is the latest musical release from Jordan Rainer, and it is a duet with Texas rising star Shayne Porter.
The song is a throwback to the 1950's Doo-Wop style, and has a very nostalgic vibe that audiences are loving.
Article by: E. Coad and N. Zeller, BRICKSHORE MEDIA
Born in Atoka, Oklahoma and raised in Whitewright, TX, touring singer-songwriter and recording artist Jordan Rainer is catching fire with audiences of all ages, backgrounds and musical tastes. She is making a name for herself among some of the biggest names in country music while performing predominantly in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and all across the southeast.
With her witty lyrics, masterful guitar playing and unique voice, Rainer has been embraced as a peer by respected artists and songwriters such as Dean Dillon (George Strait-- The Chair, Marina Del Rey), and even wrote the title track Stained Glass and Neon with Dean for The Voice winner Sundance Head’s debut album.
Notorious for shooting from the hip and telling it like it is, Jordan Rainer’s spitfire approach to performance and storytelling is one that sets her apart for sure. Dubbed by her fans as “The Woman In Black”, her stories and style give a subtle nod to her deep love for artists like Cash, Jennings, Willie.
Any artist that plays rowdy bar gigs knows it will not be their most captive audience. Jordan, however, pulls her audiences in and has a knack for turning loud bars into a private showcase. Much like her music, Jordan’s performance is an artform of its own. Rainer wins crowds over with the energy and spunk she exudes while playing. She turns strangers into fans, and fans into an extension of her family, building an intimately connected and established base that will show up wherever she plays.
In addition to her own performing and songwriting, Rainer is an accomplished producer and is currently producing records on rising country acts such as Texas artist Shayne Porter, Nashville artist Cameron Lenz, and Louisiana-born artist Will Dinnat.