Every Time You Go Away

Ain't No Woman Like My Baby 

Baby Come Back (with former band Louisiana Purchase)



Ollie Ali Woodson (the Temptations), Billy Preston, Peabo Bryson, Michael Henderson, Bobby 'Blue' Bland, D. J. Rogers, Chuck Mangione, Patti Labelle, The Bar-Kays, Frankie Beverly and Maze, Betty Wright, the Chilites, Margie Joseph, Ashford and Simpson, Kool and the Gang, the Drifters, the Dixie Cups, Pieces of a Dream, Usher, Raheem DeVaughn, Larry Graham, Air Supply, the Pointer Sisters, Gladys Knight, Branford Marsalis, Michael 'Patches' Stewart (Al Jarreau), Irma Thomas, the Batiste Brothers, Aaron Neville and the Neville Brothers.



UK Brides Magazine

Offbeat Magazine (rear cover)

New Orleans Advocate

Notes on New Orleans  

BIZ New Orleans  

Fundera Ledger

Some big shoes to fill!

A phenomenal show...the best I've ever seen. You outdid yourselves! 

Enjoyed you guys last night. Great job! 

Last night was awesome; You deserved every bit of that. Congratulations!

Good Morning Bobby! Last night was magical!!!!! Not only did it showcase your talent, but it revealed how you affect an audience. From the day I started working with you years ago until last night, you have been a great friend. In other words, love you boy!!!!! 

So proud of you!!! Love you!

The show was awesome...an impeccable performance; I was speechless! 

I've been listening to Bobby J since I was 16 years old. He's better than ever. Performance was just as entertaining as the first time I heard him. It was perfect!

Really wonderful and full of heart!


1990 - Founded and organized Bobby J and Company, later changing the band's name to Bobby J and Stuff Like That

2001 - Gospel is Alive Award, presented by the Jazz and Heritage Foundation for 'dedication and contribution to Gospel music'.

2005 - New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.

2014 - Deluxe Corporation’s Small Business Revolution in America Video Documentary Series (a Flow Nonfiction Film).

Revered singer, musician, and entertainer Bobby Jordan has been a lot of places and sung a lot of songs. It started when  one Wednesday night, a line of people circled the block at Alfred Doucette's Nite Cap Lounge in uptown New Orleans. But this was nothing out of the ordinary. Crowds gathered in anticipation every Wednesday to hear Bobby sing and play drums and to hear Bonnie sing (they mirrored Peabo Bryson and Chaka Khan, respectively). Lights off and you wouldn't know the difference. Then one night at the club, Alfred pulled Bobby off drums, parked him at center stage on lead vocals, and the rest is history. 

Right-hand man - Sylvester 'Snap' Andrews- at Iberia Bank's Mardi Gras Party

Right-hand man - Sylvester 'Snap' Andrews- at Iberia Bank's Mardi Gras Party