Based out of Brooklyn, Jordan Peters is a guitarist and producer who’s love for music ranges from Modern Jazz to Hip-Hop, Blues and everything in between. Originally from Montreal Canada, he holds a Bachelor's degree in Jazz Performance from McGill University's Schulich School Of Music, as well as a D.E.C. in Jazz from Vanier College in “Jazz Arranging, Composition and Improvisation”.  His musical abilities have been recognized with many prestigious awards such as the Oliver Jones Scholarship, and the Schulich Academic Music Scholarship for Excellence in the Arts.  He received a scholarship to attend the International Jazz Workshop at The Banff Center for the Arts, where he had the opportunity to study along side such Jazz Masters as Dave Douglas, Donny McCaslin, Geoffrey Keezer, Clarence Penn, and Anthony Wilson.

He is currently lead guitarist with Lauryn Hill, touring internationally with her "Small Axe Tour".  In between touring, he performs with numerous NYC based acts, and does regular studio sessions and production work. He has performed across the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Africa, and shared stages with numerous established artists such as The Roots, The Weeknd, Andra Day, NAS, DJ Logic, Cory Henry, Renee Neufville, Laura Izibor, Talib Kweli, Jazmine Sullivan, Ray Angry, Igmar Thomas, Ben Williams, Ill Spoken, Chris Turner (Esperanza Spalding), Snarky Puppy, Spanky, MC Radar Elis, Matt Dusk, Melanie Renaud, and Alan Prater (Cameo, Jackson 5, Michael Jackson).  He is also working with the "Kennedy Administration", one one NYC's most talked about acts, featuring vocalist Kennedy, every Wednesday at the "Groove" in New York City's West Village.  Furthermore, he holds a weekly residency with “The Lesson" - NYC's most talked about progressive soul/hip-hop Jam Sessions.  

Jordan is currently has a music production partner ship with acclaimed producer and keyboardist Jesse Fischer.  They work out Electrik Indigo Sound Studio in Brooklyn, producing and recording for numerous label and independent artists.  Past productions include “Rat Habitat”, a collaboration with Brooklyn native singer/flutist Melanie Charles; a mix of Electro/Soul/Indie Rock.  Their co-produced EP "Guns That Shoot Bubbles" was released in May of 2015, and has gotten many powerful reviews in Okayplayer, AfroPunk, Soulbounce and Ebony.  Past production releases include Canadian songstress Sarah MK’s album “Worth It” which received the “Editors Pick” at the 2011 world renown “Montreal International Jazz Festival”.