Along with his songs on millions of albums, songwriter, performer, and actor.
A Hit Songwriter Shares His Passion For Music. Marc Jordan songs have been on over 35 million records and counting. He’s written for such artists as Cher, Rod Stewart, Kansas, Chicago, Diana Ross, Kenny Loggins, and Bette Midler. Just to name a very few of the many, many artists that have recorded his songs.
Along with his songs on millions of albums, songwriter, performer, and actor Marc Jordan has also released 16 of his own projects, including his latest endeavor “Both Sides”.
Marc spends time with us in the studio, talking about how he got into the business, some of the famous folks he performed with (including fellow bandmate Bob Dylan when they were touring with pop artist Bobby Vee back in the 60’s), and his love for music still makes him cry when it comes to the right song.
A Hit Songwriter Shares his Passion For Music
Tune in as we talk with Marc, along with playing some cuts off his latest album, where he honors the songwriters who helped influence his career.
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Songs included in this podcast episode:
“Walk on the Wild Side” (written by Lou Reed)
“What Are You Doing The Rest of Your Life” (lyrics by Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman and original music written by Michel Legrand)
“Both Sides” (written by Joni Mitchell)