"I've had the pleasure of working with Oscar since late 2011 in my capacity as gear review editor at Vintage Guitar magazine. Oscar is a passionate, knowledgeable, and articulate journalist with a nose for the kinds of subjects and journalism that keep our readership engaged. I've worked with writers in both book and magazine publishing for more than 15 years, and Oscar is a prime example of the sort of writer whom editors work hard to keep in their stable: he's self-motivated, communicative, creative, and has never blown a deadline. In fact, he most often delivers ahead of schedule!"
-Dennis Pernu Senior Acquisitions Editor, Voyager Press at Quarto Publishing Group
Need a charismatic on-camera host and music journalist? Look no further.
"As the Music Editor at Vintage Guitar magazine, I have been fortunate to work with Oscar for several years now. Oscar is an enterprising music journalist and solid writer — and both knowledgable and passionate about the subject."
-Michael Dregni Music Editor, Vintage Guitar Magazine
"As the editor of Music Connection, a music magazine for musicians, I have always valued writers who not only possess enthusiasm for their subject matter, but are also experienced musicians whose technical skill and knowledge bring a deeper quality to their writing. Whether for an album review or a feature article, Oscar Jordan hits all the right buttons effortlessly. It has been my pleasure to work with him for over 10 years."
-Mark Nardone Senior Editor, Music Connection Magazine
Oscar Jordan has been a contributing writer to Vintage Guitar Magazine since 2001. His in-depth knowledge of blues, jazz, rock, metal, and guitar gear was a perfect fit for the challenge of interviewing some of the most talented guitarists in the world.
Oscar has written for Mojo Magazine and was a long time contributing writer to Music Connection Magazine, Premier Guitar Magazine, and Univibes Magazine. He's an AFI Screenwriting scholarship winner, host of the Oscar’s Guitar Shop podcast, and the former co-director of LA’s Black Rock Coalition. He's a telegenic on-camera host and personality, a disciple of the guitar, and loves everything from Mozart to Kendrick Lamar.