Award-winning artist Sass Jordan has made a living singing, performing,
writing and recording music internationally for the past thirty years.
She is an internationally recognized singer/songwriter who has sold over
one million CDs worldwide.
Billboard's Best Female Rock Vocalist award, the bilingual Montrealer has
toured and/or worked with many music heavyweights, including Aerosmith,
Alice Cooper, Cheap Trick, Van Halen, Carlos Santana and Joe
Jordan performed a duet with Joe Cocker for the soundtrack of the motion
picture The Bodyguard, starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner, which
sold more than 27 million copies worldwide. Her songs have been featured
on numerous television shows, including Melrose Place, Party Of Five,
Baywatch and Knightrider.
accomplished actress, she starred in the lead role of Janis Joplin in the
off- Broadway hit, "Love Janis." Jordan has guest starred on NBC's
Sisters and was featured in the Toronto and Winnipeg productions of "The
she took on judging duties on the TV ratings blockbuster, Canadian Idol –
the same year she shared the stage with The Rolling Stones, AC/DC and
others as part of the history-making SARS relief concert in
started as a young teenager in her hometown of Montreal, Quebec, and
although her professional journey has led her to many different branches
of entertainment, such as the stage and screen, she has never abandoned
her heart, the sound and soul of music.
latest CD, entitled “From Dusk Till Dawn”, was written and recorded from
July through October 2008, and features songs and sounds that reflect the
atmosphere of the late 70’s Southern California scene. ‘I started out
singing in Westmount Park, with my friends and a couple of acoustic
guitars ... passersby would stop and listen for a while, as we honed our
skills in public’, says Sass. “Naturally, this type of vocal harmony and
melodic sensibility is now a staple in my repertoire, and one I had a
blast revisiting on this current recording”.
Sass on the CD is Derek Sharp, who also co-wrote, sang, produced and
played multiple instruments, Peter Cardinali on bass guitar, Jorn
Anderson on drums and percussion, Gary Breit on keyboards, Michael
Borkosky on guitars and co-arrangements, and lastly, Chris Caddell on
title of the CD comes from me wanting to write about that time of day
when things are most uncertain, in a state of potentiality, right before
the night manifests, with all it’s accompanying fear, passion, quiet,
loneliness, dread, and dreams…. It’s the time we seem to be the most
vulnerable emotionally, and as an artist, that time is very interesting