Jordan Ravi is a territory born, 18-year-old singer songwriter who is taking Darwin by storm. He combines the sensibilities of early 2000's pop music with classic rock and jazz fusion to create a unique experience for his listeners. Since playing guitar at the age of six, Jordan aims to create complex guitar accompaniment to his vocals making for interesting melodic voicings in his original pieces while not detracting from his soft, rich vocals. While completing high school in 2017, Jordan also became a sought-after entertainer for corporate and private functions as well as large-scale public events. In March 2018, Jordan-Ravi was chosen to be the supporting act to Australian indie rock icon Adalita Srsen at the 2018 Airey’s Inlet Music Festival to a crowd of over 1500 people at event’s main stage. Jordan’s performance earned him critical acclaim amongst local, interstate and international visitors among the festival. Jordan is currently writing and working to release his debut EP. 
Jordan Ravi's audition was not televised, but it consisted of singing and playing the guitar to Post Malone's "Congratulations." Although Howie Mandel Voted 'No', At least three judges said "Yes," sending Jordan to Judge Cuts.
Jordan Ravi's Judge Cuts performance in Episode 1410 consisted of Panic! At The Disco's "High Hopes." His performance was not strong enough to advance to the Quarterfinals, eliminating him from the competition instead of Benicio Bryant.
After the Show
On December 16, 2019, it was revealed that Jordan would be participating in Australia Decides, to select Australia's representative for the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam, Netherlands. He finished in last place with his song "Pushing Stars".