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Keep an eye on Jordan Cook. This young Saskatchewan-born guitar rocker has been turning heads from an early age. At only 15 years old he found himself playing with blues legend B.B. King at the 1999 Montreux Jazz Festival. He was the youngest artist on Maclean’s magazine’s “100 Canadians to Watch.” Since then he’s grown up and shared stages with artists like Taj Mahal, The Tragically Hip and Edgar Winter, as well as playing showcases across North America, like South by Southwest and Canadian Music Week. His last album Seven Deadly Sins came out in 2011. “I’ve been spending a lot of time around California this past year, starting with a residency at Viper Room,” says Cook.

He’s also busy working on a new single being mixed by Adam Kasper (Nirvana, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam), someone Cook has always wanted to work with.