Jordan Page chronicles an Hour Of Change in his latest single and video — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
Crafted for ‘all people of all nations,’ the soulful, electric-acoustic ballad is very much on-brand for the Northport, Washington artist. An advocate for equal human rights and general liberty — in not just a musical sense, but in morality too — the inspiring single reflects on current times, celebrating unity in an era plagued by fear and division, too.
Page was inspired to write Hour Of Change after hearing a powerful sermon in small-town Montana, where the pastor declared to the congregation that he was “ready to bear witness to a lost and dying world.” Page heard those words, and the floodgates opened. According to the established singer-songwriter, the message “took root in his heart and became an anthem for unity and brotherhood” — just as the hit-single did upon release. The song was recorded between Washington and Nashville.
During his long solo music career, Page has released seven singles, two full-length studio albums, and his debut, six-track EP — 2008’s Revolution EP. Though Hour Of Change was released in June of 2020, the self-proclaimed “liberty musician” notes its continued relevance, given the ongoing news cycle. The extremely humble Page has been in the music business for more than two decades overall, and has toured all over the world performing for tens of thousands of fans. He’s a dynamic performer, known for his passionate baritone voice, poetic lyrics, and his vigorous guitar skills.
With his work frequently featured in film, TV and radio, his hit single Liberty was also recently featured in the explosive documentary film Non-Compliant. On top of this, he serves as a voice of conscience and truth in a general time of turmoil and deceit. He writes songs like Hour Of Change “to help open the hearts and minds of people all around him.”