What Are Some Facts About the Life of Christian Singer Marabeth Jordan?

Former member of the Christian adult contemporary singing group First Call, Marabeth Jordan. She was born in Arkansas and has lived in Nashville, Tennessee since 2015.

Melodie Tunney left First Call in 1990 to establish a songwriting ministry with her musician husband, Dick Tunney, and was replaced by Jordan. The group’s name alludes to its prominence in Nashville as the first choice for background singers, session singing, and commercial jingles.

Prior to joining First Call, Jordan was an established background vocalist in her own right, and her bio lists collaborations with A-list performers such as LeeAnn Womack, Joan Baez, and Vince Gill.

Ultimately, Jordan departed First Call. Today, she is an acrylic painter who depicts flowers, dancing girls, simple natural tableaux, and abstract expressionism with a gentle touch. She sells her artwork through her studio in Nashville and the websites MarabathQuinn.com and FineArtAmerica.com.

Her work is included in the corporate collections of the Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital in Nashville and on the cover of a 2013 issue of the magazine “Pink.” Her current spouse is Casey Quinn, and she has two children with her ex-husband, Paul Salveson: Jordon and Sophie. Jordan uses her married name, Quinn, on social media and websites where she sells work.

In March 2012, Sophie, the daughter of Jordan, suffered a catastrophic stroke that severely limited her right-side mobility.


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