Jamee Jordan is from the small city of Green River, Wyoming, where she began playing classical saxophone competitively in her formative years. Currently, Jamee is an active songwriter, music industry professional, and performing artist in the Nashville area. Most recently, she’s been working on recording new music and playing with bands upon request in Nashville. Jamee has performed professionally since a young age. She has performed in concert with Judy Carmichael as well as in masterclasses with Bob Mintzer. Jamee has won many superior ratings playing in small classical ensembles, as well as in jazz ensembles, and in 2013 she was awarded a John Philip Sousa Award. During her undergraduate and graduate studies Jamee served as President of RU Jazz and as President Sigma Alpha Iota-Eta Upsilon. Jamee has performed in eight countries, she was the 2018 IBLA Foundation Intern, and in 2018 she was awarded the NAMM Presidents Innovation Award. In addition to teaching saxophone she has experience teaching beginner and advanced music theory. She holds a BM in music with a focus on music business and a MA in arts leadership from Radford University. Jamee enjoys living in Nashville, TN with her boyfriend, Luke, and their two handsome dogs, Sargent Pepper and Hoagie.