Jordan Mills

When Jordan was nine, his grandmother bought a baby grand piano. From that point on, Jordan looked forward to visiting his grandmother so that he could sit next to her while she played. Noticing that he had talent and a keen interest, his parents soon decided to enroll him in piano lessons. By the age of thirteen, Jordan was well on his way to becoming an accomplished pianist. He continued piano lessons through college, where he minored in music. Over time, he also broadened his repertoire extensively — by learning the many popular songs he himself has enjoyed over the years.

Today, Jordan is a classically trained pianist with an eclectic taste for many types of music. His popular music influences include the many artists who have graced the music scene throughout the sixties, seventies, eighties, nineties and on through until the present day. He is also fond of Standards and Broadway.

Currently, Jordan plays piano for all types of events in the northeast states and tours on and off with his band, SOULTET. Whether you are looking for quiet classical dinner music to accompany your intimate gathering or spirited popular music to get your guests on the dance floor, Jordan’s piano playing is the perfect complement to any party – large or small. Jordan’s goal is always first and foremost to make your day a special one. With each event, he draws on his large musical repertoire to find music that will suit your unique needs. In addition, he is always happy to discuss the details of your event to your satisfaction beforehand.

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5 star rating
posted 08/12/2018
We loved having Jordan Mills sing and play piano at our wedding. His videos do not do him justice. Our venue suggested Bialek’s when we needed last minute help and we wish we had met Jordan from the beginning. Guests said Jordan was one of the best parts of the wedding. He played during the ceremony and thankfully we have some video, because it made the ceremony exactly what we had hoped for when we connected with him.

We missed cocktail hour, but the mother of one of the grooms sat next to him at the piano and said he was the best part of the wedding (minus the ceremony).

Book Jordan and just give him a few hours at a piano and cancel everything else, but your cake.