Based out of Scottsdale Arizona, Jeordie is a singer songwriter born and raised on music. She is an award-winning musician with intensely hypnotic stage presents.  Whether she is singing at a festival on the beach or a packed stadium her powerful voice flows from her as effortlessly and as an island sunset.

Submerged into the Southwest music scene, a transplant from the East Coast,

Jeordie has years of audience pleasing experience to bring to the table. Sharing the stage & performing with her mother 60’s musical artist Melanie (“Brand New Key”,” Lay Down” &”Beautiful People”), she has been performing since she can remember &Music has always been in her genes and huge part of her life.

Singing along side her mother & siblings, & seeing the magic of a worldwide fan base, Jeordie’s goal has always been to share her own original music with audiences everywhere. Based out of Arizona, she is very active in the local music community & contributes a breath of fresh air to the AZ music scene. She has the ability to please audiences young & old as a true entertainer can.

My mother Melanie, who became the voice of an era in one magical instant onstage at Woodstock, has been putting the pieces in order.  Pieces of a career, scattered by the winds of experience and assembled again by the force of love into the most personal and brilliant moments of her musical journey.

Melanie is poised to enlighten new generations about what it means to sing with both passion and eloquence, to write at once with intelligence and emotion, and to inspire through song.  Others learned this that night at Woodstock, where, as a New York kid barely known outside of the coffeehouse circuit in Greenwich Village, Melanie sang her song “Beautiful People” and inspired the first panorama of candles and cigarette lighters ever raised at a concert event. That, in turn, moved the young singer to write “Lay Down (Candles in the Rain),” which sold more than one million copies in 1970 and prompted Billboard, CashboxMelody Maker,  and Record World to anoint her as female vocalist of the year. Her single “Brand New Key,” an infectious romp about freedom and roller skates, topped the charts in 1971.