The song “K.J.” was masked by Kathy Jordan when she was a teenager.
Now, she is revealing the story behind the iconic song.
(Published Wednesday, June 14, 2018)”I think when I first started singing, I wasn’t really sure what it was and then I found it on the Internet and that made me really happy,” she said.
Jordan’s story is a tale of perseverance and perseverance of a woman who wanted to sing.
“When I was really young, I thought that I had this voice, and I thought I was doing a great job,” she explained.
“I was always singing and I was singing well, but I didn’t know how to sing.”
Now, she’s sharing the story of how she came to learn how to create the song.
“It was something I had always wanted to do,” Jordan said.
“But when I went to university I realized I wasn.
I was just not a good singer.”
Jordan began to learn to sing as a teenager, and at 19, she performed at the Royal Theatre in New York.
“At the age of 20 I was at the top of the charts in the United States, so I thought, ‘I can do this,'” Jordan recalled.
“Then I got a little bit older, and then the next thing I knew I was on TV, and suddenly I was a hit,” she added.
But it wasn’t until Jordan went on to win the Grammy for Best New Artist at age 30 that she was recognized as a superstar.
Jordan continued to perform on Broadway throughout her career, and eventually landed a role in a musical.
Jordan went on record saying she felt as though she had been “beaten down” by her peers.
“We’re not born stars.
We just have a hard time, because we don’t get to have our time and experience,” she told ABC News in an interview earlier this year.”
And I thought this was a good time to come out and tell people I had a voice and a voice that people could hear,” she continued.
Jordan, who is married with a daughter, said she’s also had to take on the mantle of the masked singer in her own life.””
And it worked.”
Jordan, who is married with a daughter, said she’s also had to take on the mantle of the masked singer in her own life.
“For me, being a voice is the biggest responsibility,” she shared.
“If I can’t sing, then I can still be a voice.”