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Friday, July 10, 2009

 

Don’t have an instrument to learn on?  Jordan’s music company offers instrument rentals that fit any budget.  Whether it’s guitar (electric, acoustic, 12-string or classical), mandolin, banjo tabs, Dobro, violin / fiddle, cello, viola, trumpet, trombone or anything in-between we have them all!  We make it very easy for anyone to learn to play an instrument. Rental agreements are available from beginner to professional level instruments and allow 100% of the payments to be applied to that instrument or another.  As children grow and needs change instruments can be exchanged or upgraded with no extra service charge.
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Custom TABs

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Greer, SC Jam Camp - October 2008!

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www.laynepublications.com

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July Newsletter

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Update

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jordanbourland.com BLOG

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Videos of me playing!!!

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Newest Videos


Blueridge Cabin Home Banjo Tab & Jam Track


Grandfather's Clock - Jordan Layne Bourland


Yankee Doodle Dixie - Jordan Layne Bourland


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Playing Since: 1998
Experience Level: Expert/Professional

Interests:
[Teaching] [Jamming] [Socializing] [Helping]

Occupation: Musician and Teacher

Gender: Male
Age: 34

My Instruments:
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Created 12/1/2006
Last Visit 11/25/2012

24 year old Jordan Layne Bourland has worn all the "hats" in the music business. He's done everything from teaching to performing; from owning his own studio to conducting bluegrass workshops. Jordan has also played in many musicals and spent a year as a house musician (guitar, mandolin and banjo) at a 1,500 seat theatre. On stage he never fails to captivate the audience with his seemingly effortless playing while entertaining them with his energetic and commanding stage presence. Upon first listen, his ability to play any style of music becomes instantly clear. From driving bluegrass, to big band, contemporary Christian, and classic country, there is something for everyone. Over the years Jordan has had the opportunity to play at the same events as many of the world's best. Among those are Switchfoot, Charlie Daniels, Ronnie Milsap, Rhonda Vincent, Furman Boyce and Harmony Express, IIIrd Tyme Out, Mountain Heart, CTA, Larry Cordle, Tracey Lawrence, Lori Morgan, John Anderson, Steven Curtis Chapman, Ray Price, The Oak Ridge Boys and many more. Jordan has been teaching professionally for several years now, and has passed his knowledge on to hundreds of students. While living in North Carolina he advanced his rapidly growing business by opening the Jordan Layne Bourland - Studio of Music & Arts in Roanoke Rapids, NC. At the studio, lessons were taught by Jordan for guitar, mandolin, banjo, and Dobro in all musical styles. In addition to this, Jordan had several other teachers in art, theatre, voice and just about any instrument available. Jordan currently teaches in Spartanburg and Mauldin, SC and at a private studio in Greer, SC. Jordan has recently completed his most recent CD "Back Porch Hymns - More Old Time Favorites". This CD continues the series of easy listening, traditional arrangements of your favorite bluegrass gospel songs and hymns. While living previously in Greenville, SC Jordan's Bluegrass Jam Camps created quite a stir within the local bluegrass community. After the great success of his first camp he received many submissions from students wishing to be a part of it. Shortly after this he received the call to move to Roanoke Rapids and was unable to continue these camps. However, now that he has relocated to the area there are already plans for the next camp. Jordan has developed instructional material that has been used for the jam camps, and by a large majority of his students, and is also available for your purchase. To learn more about these materials visit www.laynepublications.com

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