Brandon Jordan


Brandon Jordan

Board of Directors-Program Administrator, Los Angeles

Brandon Jordan has been a professional musician for over 15 years. He first found success in 2000 as a hip hop producer working hand in hand with the legendary club Project Plowed. Brandon’s unique approach landed him jobs making beats for Busta Rhymes, Keyshia Cole, Zion I, and Aceyalone. Brandon then made a career pivot in 2002 and founded the punk band Killradio (Columbia Records). After years of touring and recording, Brandon was saddled with drug addiction and hit rock bottom in 2007.

With nothing to left to lose, Brandon reached out for help. The power of 12 step fellowships and the organization Music Cares helped supported him as he built his foundation for a new life without drugs and alcohol. Staying sober, one day at a time, became his number one priority.

Now in his 9th year of sobriety, Brandon still continues to write/perform music with many artists in every genre imaginable. He has also found a love for directing and editing visual medias and has worked on many trailers for feature films, music videos, and documentaries. Brandon is RADT-1 certified with the State of California.

“I was once a full time musician who dabbled in drugs and alcohol and then one day I was a full blown drug addict/alcoholic who could only dabbled in music. Making sobriety my number one priority has allowed music to re-enter my life. I’m happy and lucky to be part of Rock to Recovery because I can now share my two loves with people, recovery and music.”