164 – Playin’ In The Band With Alex Jordan

Our guest this week on No Simple Road is the one and only Alex Jordan! In 2014, Alex began touring regularly with Midnight North, playing with Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Peter Rowan, and many others. In the fall of 2017, he began working on his debut solo record “The Subtle Exhibitionist” which was released in Spring, 2020. Alex talks with us about writing all the music and playing most of the instruments on the new album, what it feels like to be “behind enemy lines” in a familiar space, how he ended up in the Grateful Dead Family orbit, how the universe works to place him right where he’s supposed to be, and a whole lot more!

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