|Birth name||Jordan Elizabeth McCoy|
|Born||September 17, 1991|
|Origin||Mount Vernon, Illinois, U.S.|
|Genres||Pop rock, R&B|
|Labels||Bad Boy Records|
Jordan Elizabeth Bramlett (née McCoy; born September 17, 1991) is an American singer. She is best known for being an American Juniors finalist.
After the show, she went to Los Angeles to start developing her music career and auditioned for TV and movie roles. While recording in Los Angeles, her label head (who did Dream with Diddy) mentioned he was in town and he wanted to hear her sing. McCoy stopped by the hotel and sang and danced for Combs. Diddy signed her to Bad Boy Records.
It has been reported by E! News that McCoy would appear on Diddy's album We Invented the Remix Vol. 2. Her song "Rockstar" was featured on an episode of The Hills, a commercial for American Idol, and an episode of Make It or Break It. Her other song "Rock 'N Roll Girl" was featured in the film PollyWorld.
McCoy had been posting videos of herself singing, while playing guitar, on her YouTube account JordanMcCoyTV every Tuesday. Some of these videos include her friends and former bandmates Imaj Thomas and Hunter Pecunia. Both Hunter and Imaj were once members of the Dream revival group, but have since left the band. McCoy's music can be sampled on her MySpace page. McCoy's was dropped from Bad Boy Records and her album "Just Watch Me" was shelved. Before she was dropped from Bad Boy Records Jordan released her only EP "Jordan McCoy".
McCoy married musician Blake Bramlett in 2014. Jordan gave birth to their daughter Violet in 2013, and son Elias in 2016. Jordan McCoy is now enrolled at The College of Agricultural Sciences at Southern Illinois University Carbondale and studying forestry.
- Jordan McCoy EP (2009)
- Just Watch Me (Shelved)
- "Open mic night might: Jordan Bramlett finds her voice". The Southern. January 28, 2015.
under her maiden name of Jordan McCoy, Bramlett was a finalist in a national television spin-off of American Idol for kids called American Juniors.
- Students, staff honored at agriculture college banquet
- Jordan McCoy at IMDB
- Jordan McCoy on MySpace
- Jordan McCoy on YouTube
- Jordan McCoy on Twitter
- Jordan McCoy on Facebook
- Jordan McCoy on Instagram
- Jordan McCoy on SoundCloud
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