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Jordan - Collective Rain 1987 1993 / HTF

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Jordan - Collective Rain 1987-1993

01. End of the Rainbow

02. Road

03. Get Out of My Life

04. Calvary

05. Running Out of Love

06. Bikers for Christ Anthem

07. Holding On To You

08. Outta Line

09. Love

10. Amen

11. Tearing Down the Memorial


Rod Van Beek - Guitar Lead Singer

La Verde - Bass

Rod - Keyboard

Eric Wilkins - Drums

John Waldron - Drums - Former

Jordan was formed in the Summer of 1987, and played over 200 concerts between then and 1993, making them one of the busiest independent Christian bands in southern California at that time. They distributed thousands of their self-released recordings worldwide, which received rave reviews from writers of CCM, Heaven's Metal (HM), White Throne, and many other publications. Through the years they performed with such Christian metal groups as White Cross, Deliverance, Barren Cross, Bloodgood, The Crucified, Bride, Vengeance Rising, Guardian and others. They performed at many major music festivals including Cornerstone (Illinois), Superfest (California), and Metal Quest (Wyoming), as well as the HIS Festivals and Metal Midnight Festivals in southern California. Jordan was the featured band in 1990 for KNAC Day at Snow Valley Ski Resort. Jordan songs were heard on KFSG, KYMS and other radio stations. Best of all, Jordan had the opportunity of seeing hundeds of people accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior at their concerts;

 

Lead singer / guitarist Rod Van Beek was also the associate worship director at Sanctuary South Bay, home of pastor Bob Beeman and worship leader Jim La Verde (also of Barren Cross). He wrote songs which appeared on the Frontline Records albums "Sanctuary Praise" and "Sanctuary Praise: Hiding Place," including one song which was performed by Christian music icon Darrell Mansfield. Rod is currently the owner of The Sound Connection, a successful southern California sound & lighting company. Jordan's second drummer, Eric Wilkins, went on to be the drummer for internationally acclaimed recording artists Every Day Life (a.k.a. EDL). Another Jordan drummer, John Waldron (above, left) is currently the drummer for Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, home of pastor Chuck Smith.

 

On August 26, 2000 Jordan reunited and performed at the Sanctuary Reuion Concert 2000, along with Neon Cross, Recon, Vengeance Rising and others. They will be featured on a live album of this concert which is scheduled to be released sometime in 2002 by Magdalene Records and distributed by M8.com. They recently performed at Extreme Mardi Gras in August of 2002, and are currently booking other concert events.

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