One warm June morning, Jeremy Sovoy Jordan arrived to the Alabama household of Sovoy Jordan and Marilyn King- Jordan. His musical conquest began at the age of five with him singing for his church family as well as private music lessons. His journey continued on with more vigor as his younger brother, Justin joined the family. Jeremy and Justin, known as the Southern Sons of Thunder, started singing together, touching the hearts and souls of listeners everywhere they performed. Their participation in their community gained them recognition from Mayor Tommy Battle, Huntsville, AL, as well as from other political officials. Jordan’s passion for music grew as he spent more time studying the science and art of conducting, composing, and performing music. He attended magnet art schools for his early school years and later attended Oakwood University. Jordan developed a more enthusiastic appreciation for music as he studied vocal performance, pedagogy, and conducting under Dr. Jason Max Ferdinand and Dr. Julie Moore-Foster. He was also a member of the Aeolians and University Choir, serving as a student conductor for both the Aeolians and University Choir during his final year at Oakwood. Jordan holds a bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy and will go on to pursue his master’s degree in choral conducting. Currently, Jeremy Sovoy Jordan is serving as the music director at Miami Union Adventist Academy. On November 13th, 2017, Jordan and his high school choir were invited to minister at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA. He also holds the position as music director at Myrtle Grove Presbyterian Church.