Currently residing in Arizona, Jeordie, is a singer-songwriter, born and raised on music. She is an award-winning musician with intensely hypnotic stage presence. Jeordie can pack a stadium or spread her message at a festival in the valley, in a small intimate venue or on the sands of a beach; Her powerful voice flows as effortlessly as an island sunset.
Submerged into the Southwest music scene, a transplant from the East coast, Jeordie has years of audience pleasing experience.
Jeordie learned how to own the stage and communicate her message from her mother; Musical artist Melanie (Melanie Safka) known for “Brand New Key”, ”Lay Down”, Ruby Tuesday”, and “Beautiful People”. Jeordie, is a true performer beginning at 4 years old on a local television variety show. Music is in her genes, and her lyrics tell the story of her life experiences, expressed through a unique voice, which tells the story of the artist and woman she has become and proving she has so much more to give.
Singing along side her family, Jeordies goal has always been to share her original music with audiences everywhere. Currently based out of Arizona, she is active in the local music community, pleasing audiences of all ages: She is a true entertainer.
My mother is Melanie. She became the voice of an era in one magical instance, onstage at Woodstock. Pieces of a career, scattered by the winds of experience and assembled again by the force of love. My mother’s journey involved sharing her immensely personal moments, sometimes scattered career, that led her to the most brilliant moments of her musical history.
My mom; Melanie enlightens generations both new and old to the passion of sound, lyrics and overall music with an eloquence, emotion, and intelligence that continues to inspire all ages and multiple genres.
Woodstock allowed a New York kid, barely known outside Greenwich Village, to sing an original song “Beautiful People”, inspiring generations to follow the tradition of candles, lights, and lighting, when they were viewing the voice of originality, the spirit of love, the kindness of compassion and the lineage of music history.
“Lay Down“ (Candles in the Rain), sold more than one million copies in 1970 and prompted Billboard, Cashbox, Melody Maker, and Record World to acknowledge her as singer/vocalist, of the year. Melanie, then released “Brand New Key”, an infectious romp about freedom and roller skates, topping the charts again in 1971, with many other hits to follow.