Marc Wallace Jordan (born 1948), is an American-born Canadian singer-songwriter, record producer, session musician, actor and visual artist. Covering a wide variety of genres, he has written songs for a number of well-known artists, including Diana Ross, Cher, Bette Midler, Kenny Loggins Joe Cocker, Josh Groban, and Rod Stewart, including the world wide hit “Rhythm of my Heart.” He was named best producer with Steven MacKinnon at the Juno Awards in 1994 for Reckless Valentine and has gone on to produce 12 more Marc Jordan albums.
In 1977 Jordan signed a record deal with Warner Bros. Records. This period with Warner, spawned the Canadian hit songs “Marina del Rey” and “Survival” from the record Mannequin; a second record produced by Jay Graydon called Blue Desert was released 1980, and is regarded as a classic of the West Coast Sound of the period. After 14 years Marc moved back to Canada.
In early 2014, Marc Jordan was named Chair of Slaight Family Music Lab at Norman Jewisonís Canadian Film Centre, and will continue in that role into 2016. Currently, Jordan performs with Lunch At Allens, comprised of Murray McLauchlan, Cindy Church and Ian Thomas, as well as doing solo concerts across Canada. He is married to fellow singer-songwriter Amy Sky. Jordan also paints and he calls his work Flatmusik.