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“A new kind of rebel is to be born…Driving Heavy Country Music and Southern Twang! The boot’s going through the stage floor before the night is over.” #WhereTheMoonDon’tShine
Jordan Covington, North Carolina bred, is taking his swings at country music at an early age of 23 years old. His first single on iTunes in 2013 titled, “Way Back”, shares the story of his childhood passion for baseball. Covington graduated high school determined to play college baseball, and landed at Guilford Tech Community College where he spent his final seasons on and off the bench. He ended his pursuit there, and went on to graduate from Appalachian State University with an Exercise Science degree. Covington claims he spent many days and nights after class scribbling out songs in his apartment, where his roommate, the starting shortstop for the Mountaineers, became his biggest fan and pushed him to start singing at the baseball team parties. Since graduating from college, Jordan Covington and his five-piece country rock band, “The Holy Smoke Band” have spent their time building a following in the Southeast. Covington was one of a select handful of artists chosen to perform at the Pepsi 2013 Gulf Coast Jam. Jordan Covington & The Holy Smoke Band have opened for Dustin Lynch, Confederate Railroad, and Kristian Bush of Sugarland. Most recently, he was selected as a member of “New Faces of Country Music” on the large network internet radio station “Renegade Radio Nashville.” His latest single on iTunes “Where the Moon Don’t Shine” was released at the “Nashville” TV Show Finale afterparty. Covington is looking forward to exposing his new “Foot stomping, heavy rocking” sound in the coming year, because he understands the energy it’s going to take to make fans feel something electric.