Minneapolis singer/songwriter, Jourdan Myers, does not consider herself a perfectionist, but she does insist on doing things right the first time, which is why she collaborates with other industry professionals who share her work ethic.
“My passion is to create excellent collaborative art that gives others a platform to share their expertise.” Thus Myers, upon entering The Library Studio to record her second album, Ruin Me With Love, gave the musicians total freedom to shape each song according to their own artistic judgment. “Not only did it make for an incredibly fun studio experience,” Myers says, “but we nailed it. They gave life to my songs in a way I never imagined. It was such a positive result that I wanted every professional involved to have creative license, artistic freedom and collaboration to do what they do best — right down to the tracking, the production, the photography, the design, and the performance.”
With producer Matt Patrick (Library Recording Studio; Greycoats, John Mark Nelson), Myers built a team of artists hailing from the bands of Prince, Andrew Bird, Owl City, and The Brighton.