Neal Jordan Kiener

Jordan Kiener began playing music as early as possible, coming from a musical family. His grandfather began teaching him guitar as early as he could hold one. At 10, he began playing at church, where all his family played, Grandparents, parents, siblings, cousins, uncles and aunts, all of them. Jordan also joined the school music program, excelling in the jazz world on bass, playing in all school ensembles, and in the classical world on clarinet sitting as concertmaster of every ensemble he's ever been in. In 2001, Jordan went to the University of Tulsa, where he continued to top all ensembles, and excel in all musical opportunities, both in the school, and the city of Tulsa, playing with musicians such as Chip Burris, Ted Moses, Tim & Jeff Shadley, Josh Dresser, and many others, as well as countless freelance gigs, of all styles and genres

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