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Jordan Robidoux
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  • Portland, OR
  • United States
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  • Moseycat
  • David Marsh
  • TL
  • Diamond Price
  • Vince Serrioz
  • Kade Puckett
  • Micaela Kingslight
  • Bryan Jason Darrel Rason
  • wayan tuges
  • Daniel Cooper
  • Carlos da Costa Coelho
  • Kirt Gross
  • Mike Dawes
  • Don Alles
  • Robb Somerville

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How's Life?

Hello players. Jordan here. I'm a 28 year old acoustic artist currently residing in the "City of Roses" Portland, OR. I'm originally from West Michigan but I decided to move out West to try my hand at making a living with my music. Or at least make an effort to pursue my delusions of grandeur with a steadfast drive and open heart. I've been playing for about 11 years but it's only been within the last 5 that I've taken a more serious approach to theory and general musicianship.





I've been in Portland for a few months and have had some great experiences with like-minded musicians and am always craving more and more good vibes and people with a passion for songwriting.  I suppose I'm interested in using this account to meet some more Portland jammers.


But don't hesitate to make contact if you aren't from Portland! 





It doesn't matter where you are from.  If you have a passion for your art I would love to hear from you.  Feel free to add me and share your thoughts, music, and whatever else you wish to express. I'm very excited to discuss techniques, give and take advice, and just continue to evolve as an acoustic artist.  Make contact!  :)


Love and light,

Jordan Robidoux




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Which one of the following describes your involvement in music? (Check all that apply)
Gigging or professional musician, Amateur or recreational musician, Music teacher, Guitar student
How many years have you been playing guitar?
7-10 years, 10-20 years
Which of these instruments do you own or play?
Flattop steel-string acoustic guitar, Electric guitar
The make and model of your guitar(s) and/or other instruments and gear.
Martin DC16RGTE Acoustic/Electric w/Aura system

Washburn D10 E/BR Acoustic Electric
What is your website address?
What type of music do you like to play?
Dreamscape, Tribal, Folk, Rock, New Age, Experimental.
Do you subscribe to or regularly read Acoustic Guitar?
I purchase copies at newsstands/bookstores

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Steve Graff commented on Jordan Robidoux's video

Velcro Utopia_ _Daddy's Words_

"I like the ragged quality.   It fits the subject.  The guitar playing is especially good.   Had a hard time hearing the lyrics.  Maybe you could post them?"
Feb 21, 2011
Jordan Robidoux posted a song

 play Untitled 1

Feb 16, 2011
Jordan Robidoux commented on TL's video

Tamas Lukasczik - Ragged Robin

"Dude, thanks for the compliment on the song I posted.  Means a lot coming from a talent such as yourself.  I'm a fan.-J"
Feb 15, 2011
Jordan Robidoux left a comment for David Marsh
Feb 14, 2011

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At 2:15pm on February 14, 2011, Kirk Mathew Gatzka said…



Thanks for visiting my page and checking out my stuff! I've been playing a long time and improvise a lot, as I am inspired sorta! I'm glad you like what you heard.


Last Good Cowboy, has a story behind it. My younger brother was in a car accident and broke his neck, had surgery, and is not paralyzed, thank goodness. But while he was in the hospital bed they had a special one for him as he couldn't move much. So the bed pommeled him with percussions to clear out his lungs. His one nurse called it his Pony ride. One night he was writing out words for us as he could not talk with a respirator, and he spelled out "Last good cowboy," about his bed percussions.


And I wrote the song with a little help from him and my wife adding a couple ideas for the lyrics as I wrote them and told them about it.


His health is much better now and he gets around with crutches. But he is still the Last Good Cowboy to me!


Thanks again for the listen!




At 4:20pm on January 1, 2010, Mick Lane said…
Thanks for the invite! I live on Gun Lake, and am quite a bit older than you. I play with The Conklin Ceili Band (Irish/American) and am on the Grammy nominated "Singing Through The Hard Times" CD. I hope we make some music together sometime.
At 1:33pm on December 29, 2009, Bryan Jason Darrel Rason said…
Stonebridge is being used now by some of the worlds leading acoustic Antoine Dufour, Richard smith etc.....great for finger style

It looks like you have a fan on your
At 7:57pm on December 28, 2009, Bryan Jason Darrel Rason said…
nice to meet you too man

I love my guitar, its a stonebridge if you didn't already know

happy holidays

At 2:40am on December 28, 2009, Carlos da Costa Coelho said…
Hello Jordan. Thanks for the invitation. Wish you all the best....
At 7:08pm on December 27, 2009, Fred Finke said…
Sorry, I don't know the Shane you asked about. Like I said I'm just getting back into acoustic and my background dates back to folk with little to no connection to electric.

As far as recording I just got a Zoom H2 for Christmas to check my practice sessions. I'd heard a lot about it from the guitar forums I belong to and am just now learning how to use it. I'll let you know how it goes.

At 3:03pm on December 27, 2009, Fred Finke said…
A friend of mine, Jeff Lynn, gigs around Grand Haven and Muskegon. I think the last place he played was Snug Harbor and he's played at the Theatre Bar and Rosebud as well. I think there a few places in Muskegon he plays at. Talked to him last Wednesday and he said he was getting into a rock band. Everyone has different tastes.

Have you checked out Grand River Folk Arts Society in Grand Rapids? They have some good people come through and they are all acoustic.

At 1:15pm on December 27, 2009, Fred Finke said…
RE: Skype.

I once considered studying with Stevie Coyle over Skype but have since opted for someone closer and face-to-face. Not sure about the delay.

Have you heard any Bruce Cockburn stuff? Plays a Linda Manzer guitar (expensive) and at one time was quite a rock musician (guess he still is). His "Speechless" album is only acoustic instrumental and is terrific. For other great acoustic players look at Leo Kottke (of course), Richard Gilewitz and The Waybacks. Stevie Coyle was a founder of The Waybacks and I heard him in Muskegon a year or so ago. Also listen to people like Andy McGee or Tommy Emanuel. There is a whole new era with really good guitar players.

Keep pickin'.

At 10:45am on December 27, 2009, Fred Finke said…
Hey Jordan,
I'm just a simple acoustic only player with about 46 years of playing (on and off) behind me, none professional but all fun. I rediscovered acoustic guitar almost 2 years ago after recovering from quadruple by-pass surgery and haven't stopped yet. Acoustic Guitar is one of the first publications that got me back into playing and lusting after guitars. My GAS is under control now because I own 3 great guitars: Larrivee L, Collings OM and Huss and Dalton 00. Fingerstyle only and loving it.

At 9:23am on December 27, 2009, Robb Somerville said…
Thanks for the invite to be your friend. Your profile is an excellent tool to discover groups I would be interested in! Thanks!

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