Championship Quartet(s)

1978 The Grand Tradition
1984 The New Tradition

Other Awards:

International 4th Place Quartet Medalist
1980 Salt Lake City, UT
1982 Pittsburgh, PA
1983 Seattle, WA

International Quartet Champions
1985 Minneapolis, MN

AFWDC President's Award
For the Creation and Development of the AFWDC
President 1979-1984 & 1986-1988
1986 Sacramento, CA

International 4th Place Quartet Medalist
1992 New Orleans, LA

Far Western District President's Award
1996 Oxnard, CA

Far Wetern District Novice Champions
1999 Bakersfield, CA

Harmony Sweepstakes
National A Cappella Champions
2002 San Anselmo, CA

Pan Pacific Quartet Champions
2008 Honolulu, HI

Barbershop Harmony Society
Hall of Fame Award
2014 Las vegas, NV

Dan Jordan

Dan is a long-time member of the Barbershop Harmony Society (SPEBSQSA), having joined in September of 1974. Dan first found out about barbershop music in 1971, while singing under the Direction of Dr. Roy L. Klassen at John Muir Junior High School in Burbank, Caliornia. During Dan's last year at John Muir, he attended an open house at Burbank High School where he heard a quartet being coached by his soon to be music professor, Regnal Hall. Mr. Hall was one of the early coordinators of the Young Men in Harmony program, which was started by Abe Gould of the San Gabriel chapter. Mr. Hall had two barbershop classes (boys and girls) at Burbank High School and was a barbershopper with nthe Crescenta Valley Chapter. Both Mr. Hall and his close friend Jack Kelley (baritone in Mr. Hall's quartet called The Town Squares) are credited with Dan's membership into the Crescenta Valley chapter.

Dan has won two Far Western District Quartet Championships, four medals in International competition; three 4th place medals with The Grand Tradition (1980, 82 & 83) and one 4th place medal with The 139th Street Quartet (1992), a Harmony Sweepstakes National A Cappella Championship with The Perfect Gentlemen (2002), a gold medal as the lead singer of The New Tradition (1985), also a gold medal with Hi-Fidelity at the Pan Pacific contest in Honolulu, Hawaii (2008). Dan’s various groups have toured to England, Scotland, Brazil, Russia, Mexico, and Canada, and have has appeared in concert in a total of 21 countries, 49 states and 4 provinces. Dan has shared the stage with the King’s Singers at the Barbican Centre, sung back-up for Neil Diamond on his two gold and multi-platinum Christmas recordings, and with Justin Timberlake at ESPN's ESPY Awards, with Gene Simmons on Gene Simmons' Family Jewels, and opening for Jay Leno to name a few.

Dan also has the distinction of being the singing voice of Homer Simpson on the episode of The Simpsons entitled "Homer’s Barbershop Quartet," featuring "The Be Sharps." Dan sang baritone for 7 years with Main Street USA's own Dapper Dans of Disneyland. Has appeared on numerous television shows including: Arrested Development, Blossom, ER, Gilmore Girls, That Was The Week That Was, Big Brother 8, Nurses, Lopez Tonight (as The Freud-Tones), Jimmy Kimmel Live! and sveral Holiday commercials. Additionally, he has performed on stages around the U.S. as talk-show host "Doug Michaels" in the William Morris produced stage show about John Lennon called "A Day in His Life."

Dan owns 1234 Productions, an events production and entertainment company that supplies Look-A-Likes, Models, Tribute bands and Variety Artists to public and private events. He is a graduate of Burbank High School where he studied vocal music and acting and a graduate of Cal-State Northridge with a B.A. in Business Administration. He holds certifications for On-Air and Voiceover work from the Don Martin School of Broadcasting. He is a member of AFTRA, AGVA, ASCAP, BHS, CASA, NARAS, SAG and SSFA. And is a former certified stage presence judge in the BHS (12 years) and is a certified judge for the IHSA and ICCA a cappella competitions.

Dan is the proud father of three talented kids/adults: Danny Jr. (reality tv producer), Nicole (sales profressional based in London), and Matthew (grip-tv/movie industry). Dan works with the Studio Protection Group at Warner Brothers in Burbank, where he currently works for the Conan O'Brien show.

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