With a voice that needs no introduction, Jordan Smith has a powerhouse delivery and expansive range that remains instantly indentifiable and inimitable. As the highest-selling artist to ever emerge from NBC's Emmy-winning series, "The Voice," Smith shot three performance singles to the top of the charts while competing on the show: "Great Is Thy Faithfulness," which he performed as a tribute to the lives lost during the Paris bombing in 2015; a Christmas single, "Mary Did You Know?"; and a powerful cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah." His full-length debut, Something Beautiful, entered the Billboard 200 at No. 2 and made history with the biggest first-week sales ever from a winner of "The Voice." His popular Christmas album, 'Tis The Season, followed, as well as his second acclaimed studio LP, Only Love, on which Smith unveiled his talent as a songwriter, co-penning six of the project's dozen tracks.
As a writer signed to Universal Music Publishing Group, he's co-written with Glen Ballard, Steve Booker, Sam Ellis, Blair Daly, Jordan Reynolds, Jonas Myrin, MoZella, Dave Barnes, and Bernie Herms, among other esteemed lyricists. He's also written songs and toured extensively with Michael W. Smith. In addition, Smith holds co-writing credit on "Ashes," the theme song for Deadpool 2 recorded by Celine Dion. He's performed "Feel Good," the theme song for ABC's "GMA Day," and received an invitation to perform at a "Celebrity Fight Night" event at the home of revered vocalist Andrea Bocelli.