Jordy Christo is a singer-songwriter who lives in Sarasota, Florida. The acoustic solo artist performs in various venues around South Florida. He has a large repertoire of songs spanning from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s into present day popular music. In addition to singing cover songs, Jordy also shares some of his original songs that many have said are good enough to be on mainstream radio.
Jordy Singing-Compilation Of Popular Cover Songs
Jordy started playing the acoustic guitar at age sixteen. His melodic voice will take you on a musical journey of popular artists such as James Taylor, Garth Brooks, John Mellencamp, Mic Jagger (Rolling Stones), Edwin McCain, Ed Shereen, Roger Hodgson (Supertramp), Darius Rucker (Hootie and the Blowfish), Ronnie Van Zant (Lynyrd Skynyrd) Johnny Nash and many others…
His musical arrangements include, classic rock, easy listening, country, island music, pop and some occasional blues.
Here are some kind words from friends and family:
“Some performers are blessed with the ability to make you feel like they are singing only to you, mo matter how many people are around. When Jordy performs, the passion in his voice, the glimmer in his eyes, and the smile on his face clearly demonstrates his love of music. And that love is shared with each individual in the audience. Jordy’s personal style and innate talent will warm your heat, get your foot tapping to the beat, and get you singing or moving along to the song. The lyrics of his original works show a deep level of insightfulness, compassion and love. Jordy does more than entertain-he shares his gift with everyone present.”
“My dad is simply the best! He sings a song by Casting Crowns called “Does Anybody Hear Her” that melts my hear everytime I hear it. As a kid, I have memories of my father getting us into bed and then going downstairs and playing and singing while we fell asleep. At the time we thought it was annoying, but looking back now I hold the experience as a treasured memory. There’s something about dad’s voice that at times causes tears to puddle and other times evokes a wide smile. For many years we’ve told dad that he’s good enough to be on the radio and encouraged him to pursue making something happen. Who knows, maybe he will one day.”