Jordan Millar
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Jordan Millar

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | SELF

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | SELF
Band Pop Singer/Songwriter


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"Channel 7 Morning Show"

"If you’re a fan of John Mayer or Jason Mraz, then you’re going to love Jordan Millar & The Question.” - 7 Network


“Although they have all the makings of mainstream pop, JMQ aren’t content with just that – these boys know how to shred the shit out of their instruments. Just when you think you’ve got it all figured out, they rip out epic jams that are reminiscent of Dave Matthews Band – but with more guts" - UTS Network


"It’s about damn time something in the Australian scene showed the world that pop rock isn’t a dying art – and Jordan Millar and the Question’s debut album, Lies in Translations, might just be that something." -

"Anton Hagop (Silvercahair, Powderfinger)"

“A perfect example of blending exceptional musicianship with first class, intelligent song-writing....One of the best pop/rock albums to come out of Australia in 2008!”....Anton Hagop - Anton Hagop

"One A Day"

"there's obviously something in the water down there, because Jordan has a kick ass voice, and his debut album with his band, The Question, is an absolute ripper. ...when you put these guys together in a room, it's nothing short of electric." - Jonno Seidler


Guilty (single) - Released June 2012
Live Cuts From The Old Teapot - Released May 2012
The Everything EP - Released May 2011
The Little Birds EP - Released January 2010
Lies In Translations LP (MGM) - Released Sep 6, 09.
Jordan Millar & The Question EP - Released May 10 2008



Its no surprise to 25 year old Jordan Millar that he comes across as a confusing musician to describe. From playing Byron Bay Blues and Roots Festival with backed by his jam band ‘The Question’ to going on solo acoustic tours with the likes of Cliff Richard, Delta Goodrem & Ian Moss, he’s not the easiest of artists to pigeonhole. But ask the man himself and you’ll find out he likes it this way, and after gaining fans from all across the musical spectrum he’s not about to change a thing.

Growing up in Hobart, Tasmania, Jordan’s was born into a musical family. His father, a drummer, had a a record collection that filled closets and from a young age Jordan was given a diverse musical education. But It was always bands like Steely Dan and the greats of Motown Rhythm and Blues that grabbed his full attention and led him to play the drums and bass before he discovered his love for songwriting.

After being handed the award for ‘Best Tasmanian Artist’ by Michael Chugg in 2007, 18 year old Jordan moved Sydney and has since been relentlessly touring Australia, independently releasing 3 EP’s and debut album ‘Lies In Translations’ (2009), gaining a loyal fan base and the respect of his peers along the way.

He’s launched his debut single ‘Lost My Way’ on the Channel 7 Morning Show, he’s got a list of supports that include Cliff Richard, Colin Hay, Jordin Sparks, Hollie Smith, Mental As Anything, Brian McFadden, Tim Freedman, Katie Noonan, Ian Moss, Diesel, Delta Goodrem, Lisa Mitchell and many more, he’s won National Songwriting Awards for 4 individual songs across 3 different releases, and there’s no doubt he’s earned his chops as a do it yourself artist in the new musical landscape.

As he prepares to release brand new live album ‘Live Cuts From The Old Teapot’ and, Jordan is more adamant that he is truly only now at honing his craft as a songwriter. ‘This is the most honest i’ve ever been on record, and this is what i needed to do right now.”