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musicJordan Clermont(He/Him)
Cover Music
placeCalgary, AB
10 Events Performed
Jordan Clermont: Award-Winning Artistry Meets Indie-Rock Soul
Jordan Clermont stands as a genuine craftsman in Calgary's indie-rock landscape, wielding his YYC Music Award-winning talents with the same authenticity that defined the '90s hits playing in his dad's car—where the likes of Oasis and Counting Crows first sparked his musical imagination. As the driving force behind Little Super Dangerous, Clermont channels his affinity for the storied songcraft of Dylan into a modern indie-rock vernacular, while the band's name—a nod to The Tragically Hip—speaks to the poetic heart beating at the core of their music. Onstage, Clermont thrives in the thrill of the unknown, his performances shaped by the room's energy, never bound by a setlist. This commitment to the moment has not only endeared him to local fans but also caught the attention of wider audiences through memorable live sessions on CBC Radio and CJSW radio, where the intimacy of his music translates effortlessly over the airwaves. His career highlights include opening for the iconic Canadian songstress Jann Arden, an experience that underscores the breadth of his appeal—from the grassroots stages of vegan fundraisers to sharing the limelight with national music royalty. Beyond the applause and accolades, Jordan's mission is simple: to forge a connection through music that offers solace, inspires hope, and perhaps, above all, evokes that elusive flow state—both for him and his listeners. Whether it's a solo set that feels like a conversation with an old friend or a full-throttle gig with Little Super Dangerous, Jordan Clermont remains a beacon for those who seek music that's as sincere as life itself. His voice, a conduit for the human experience, invites us all to find a little piece of ourselves within his songs.
Art type: Live Music
Music type: Cover Music
What this Artist plays most of the time
Genre: Singer/SongwriterFolkRock
Home base: Calgary, AB
Appeals most (but not limited) to: University Students, 18-40, Educated, Progressive, Liberal
Top Venues Performed/Exhibited *
Tompkin's Park (Canada Day)
The Gateway (Farewell Show)
The King Eddy
* Unverified
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Evenings after 5pm. Weekends open.