Her singing has been called 'honey-hued, meltingly sensual, arresting, sensitive, powerful...' Audiences often compare her vocals to everyone from pop singers Sade, Nora Jones and Des'ree to the legendary jazz vocalist Sarah Vaughn. For the past few years Pamela Jordan has carved out a niche for herself as a jazz chanteuse playing clubs and coffee houses - and working as the featured vocalist for the Woody Hite and Dr. T. Big Band Orchestras. Jordan was selected from more than 700 contestants as a finalist for the 1999 Lilith Fair Opening Act Contest. She also won the Portland Songwriters Association National Songwriting Contest's pop category for her song The Fall of Love. Her first CD, Standard Procedure garnered critical acclaim for Jordan's rich, warm sound and masterful interpretation of jazz standards. With her new CD, The Fall of Love, Jordan uses her stellar vocal talent to perform expertly crafted original songs. Working with lyricist/novelist Brian Christopher (frequently used by well-known Canadian singer/songwriter Geno Vanelli), the two have written tunes that cross musical genres, and move listeners with every track on this 10 song disc.