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There are very few female singers used as an example to describe a sound/style, but Sass Jordan is one of them. A pioneer of female-fronted rock, Sass Jordan is known for her powerful, gritty, blues-infused rock and roll and crowd-pleasing performances, and has received a JUNO award and multiple nominations for ‘Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year” and “Best Female Vocalist” respectively. Having sold over one million records worldwide, the raspy vocals of this rock sensation are unmistakable and command attention—she has worked alongside fellow rock greats like Aerosmith, the Rolling Stones, AC/DC and Van Halen, among many others. She is best known for hits like “Make You a Believer,” “So Hard,” “You Don’t Have to Remind Me” and “High Road Easy.”
Sass Jordan’s new Stony Plain Records album, Bitches Blues, can almost be considered part two of 2020’s Rebel Moon Blues. Like the previous record, it has eight tracks and features both originals and covers of songs from Taj Mahal, Freddie King and others. “It was just the songs that stood out to me and asked me to sing them,” Jordan says of assembling the material for what most would call her second blues album, even though the style has influenced her music since she first came to popular acclaim with her 1988 Tell Somebody debut.