The CWRU anthropology major will be one of hundreds trying out for the NBC program
CLEVELAND -- Twenty-year-old Jordan Genovese is hoping to get something awesome for her birthday this Sunday -- a pass through for her "Voice" audition.
The CWRU anthropology major will be one of hundreds trying out for the NBC program, "The Voice," this weekend.
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"I live and breathe music," Jordan says.
Her summer job is working for Live Nation at Jacob's Pavilion at Nautica, and that often puts her just a few feet from stardom. She's hoping one day she'll be able to play that stage and fill the seats for her own show.
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She already has a CD under her belt, and she's working on a country CD now with funding from Kickstarter. To learn more about Jordan visit her website HERE.
Mobile users: http://jordangenovese.com/
The CWRU anthropology major will be one of hundreds trying out for the NBC program.