Jordan Whitmore's EUFAULA Side Project Releases 'Between The Hills' Album

Apr 16 2018

EUFAULA, a side project from Dallas born singer/songwriter Jordan Whitmore, has released new album 'Between The Hills'. The debut album is a collection of ten original songs inspired by the Psalms, other scriptures, and Jordan's own story.

Jordan's love of vast music genres and talent for well-crafted melodies have taken her own writing style from piano driven pop to a more rootsy Country/Americana expression.

Whitmore’s first full length record, released in December, 2014, was recorded with Austin producer, Brian Douglas Phillips. Among the songs recognized from this album: 2,000 Years Ago was featured in the international trailer for the film, "The Choice," The High Road made her a finalist in the country category of the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, and My Own Worst Enemy was chosen as best Americana Song in the National Unplugged Songwriting Contest in 2015.

EUFAULA is Jordan's middle name that she inherited from her great grandmother will serve as the identity for this new Christian/Gospel album released earlier this year.

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