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Jordan Bass Bolch

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Jordan Bass Bolch
BornAugust 27, 1986
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
🏫 EducationBolles School (Jacksonville, FL), Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX) B.A., Emory University (Atlanta, GA) E.M.B.A.
💼 Occupation
Music executive, Vice chairman of RaceTrac Petroleum.[1]
🌐 Website
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Jordan Bass Bolch is an American singer, music executive, lyricist, and businessman.[2]

Early life and education[edit]

Bolch was born on August 27, 1986, in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. He gained recognition in 2014 after appearing in the ESC's hit, Luxury.[3] Bolch studied film and television and completed his bachelor's degree in arts (BA) from Southern Methodist University in 2008 and in 2013, he attended Emory University for an executive master's degree in business (EMBA).[4]


Bolch started his solo career in 2015, he launched his first album, Slide, After partnering with Richie and Patrick, Bolch established his studio, Jordan Bolch Studios, in Buckhead, Atlanta.[5] Later, he set up another studio, Auricle Studios in Studio City, California. Auricle provides services like sound production, audio engineering, vocal and live instrument recording, scoring for film, TV and games, podcast, foley sounds, voiceover, mixing, and mastering.[6]

He took over and became co-owner of Media Monsters and Star Films, Miami's premier film studio, VFX, and animation house.[7][8][9]

Bolch has released several singles and albums, including several hit singles, such as 911 – Press play Remix, B.U.T.R., Pt. II, Welcome to L.A. and Northern Lights. In addition, his music video, 911, received more than one million views. Bolch also collaborated with several artists, including Akuarium, Cory Enemy, Dallas Austin, Norbz, Scott Storch, and Virtual Riot.[10]



  • Slide (2015)
  • Akuarium – Unleash the Beat (2017)
  • World Tour (2019)
  • Worldwide Remixes (2020)
  • Akuarium – Lost in Space (2021)


In 2018, Bolch and his band opened at the GA Music Award at The Grand Opera House in Macon, Georgia, and also opened for Montell Jordan at Centennial Olympic Park Fireworks Spectacular in Atlanta.[11]


In 2022, Bolch was awarded a Gold Telly Award for writing, recording, and producing a commercial jingle for Le Bleu, premium ultra-pure water based in Advance, North Carolina.[12]


  1. "09-985 – Lake Martin, Inc. et al v. Racetrac Petroleum, Inc".
  2. Vigo, Julian. "From Market To Entertainment: How Technology Bridges Creativity With Innovation". Forbes.
  3. Stark, Anna (September 5, 2022). "Jordan Bass Bolch – The Independent and Rockstar, is Dominating The Hip Hop Industry With His Own Style". Vents Magazine.
  4. "Jordan Bolch: An Example of Pure Artistry". Bloomberg. October 11, 2019.
  5. "Jordan Bass Bolch Stunned Once Again With His Recent Music Video "Centerfold"". INSCMagazine. September 2, 2022.
  6. "Auricle Studios is advancing the way music comes to life". International Business Times. September 23, 2021.
  7. Domash, Alexa (September 17, 2021). "The Entrepreneurial Spirit of Jordan Bolch Takes Over Miami". LA Weekly.
  8. "Taking the film production and animation game to the next level is Media Monsters, based in Miami, the US".
  9. "3 Signs You Possess a Skill Most Don't Have (and How to Capitalize On It)". Inc.
  10. Reporter, LatinTimes Staff (March 17, 2020). "Jordan Bolch – What Makes Him Atlanta's Top Emerging Artist?". IBT Media.
  11. "Atlanta music icon Bobby Brown headlining Fourth of July fireworks show".
  12. "GOLD WINNER: CRAFT — REGIONAL TV". Telly Awards.

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