Having started writing poetry and music as well as leading worship at his church at 14, Jordan is not new to a life surrounded by the arts. His love for writing was inspired by his father, Gerry St. Cyr, who groomed and helped him understand the craft during the early years. “Growing up in a house with a dad who loved songwriting made it a natural skill for me to gravitate towards. “I’m so grateful for his guidance and encouragement,” says Jordan.
At 19, Jordan found himself connecting the dots between music and the positive impact it had on the social justice issues of the time. This prompted his enrollment in Youth With A Mission (YWAM), known for it’s high-level music program. He also served 2 months in New York City supporting the Salvation Army’s relief effort post 9/11. Inspired so
deeply by these experiences, he felt that it was time to get in the studio and share what was on his heart through songs. With the guidance of Canadian veterans Steve Bell and John Buller, he found a recording home at DeCapo Studios in Winnipeg, with producer Nolan Balzer.
Over the next handful of years, Jordan continued to pursue his music career as the front man of a rock n’roll band he formed with his brothers, and as a worship leader. Performing in clubs, coffee houses, churches and youth groups showed him an overwhelming glimpse into humanities deep desire for meaningful connection and the hope to find something more vibrant than our current reality. This revelation made it evident that his desire to transition into Contemporary Christian was less of a pursuit of career and rather his life’s calling.
Since then, he has been nominated and won several awards and competitions including CM United Christian Artist of the Year (2018), Western Canadian Music Awards nominee (2018), Nashville Rising Star winner (2017). Most recently, Jordan was nominated for eight GMA Covenant Awards (2019) and walked away with five including Song of the Year, New Artist of the Year, Recorded Song of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Pop Song of the Year, making it a very exciting start to the year and confirmation that he is doing what he has been called to do.
In 2018 he released a song called In My Lifetime, co-produced by Ben Calhoun (Citizen Way) and Micah Kuiper (Hawk Nelson), and received international attention while winning 1st place in the Nashville-based Unsigned Only Competition in 2017. April 10, 2020, he released a brand new record called Fires with an EP to follow in the summer.
Jordan St. Cyr lives with his wife, Heather and their four children in Niverville, Manitoba.

Fires Fires - Jordan St. Cyr

Weary Traveler Weary Traveler - Jordan St. Cyr

In My Lifetime In My Lifetime - Jordan St. Cyr

Lay It Down Lay It Down - Jordan St. Cyr

Victory Victory - Jordan St. Cyr

The Wait is Over The Wait is Over - Jordan St. Cyr

Good Pain Good Pain - Jordan St. Cyr

Turn It Around Turn It Around - Jordan St. Cyr

Rejoice Rejoice - Jordan St. Cyr

No Matter What No Matter What - Jordan St. Cyr

Be My Defender Be My Defender - Jordan St. Cyr

Yours Yours - Jordan St. Cyr

Let Go, Let God Let Go, Let God - Jordan St. Cyr

All Over Again All Over Again - Jordan St. Cyr

Grateful Grateful - Jordan St. Cyr

I Look To Jesus I Look To Jesus - Jordan St. Cyr

Life Before You Life Before You - Jordan St. Cyr

Christmas Eve Christmas Eve - Jordan St. Cyr

Rescue Rescue - Jordan St. Cyr

A Way For Us A Way For Us - Jordan St. Cyr

Something Greater Something Greater - Jordan St. Cyr

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