Q’s With Jordan Anderson, Troubadour's New Talent Booker
September 1, 2021
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Last week’s announcement that Nashville-based music exec Jordan Anderson would be making her way to L.A. to book the iconic Troubadour came as something of a surprise. Opened in 1957, the pride of founder Doug Weston had seemingly turned the corner on the worst of the pandemic, which included a GoFundMe, launched in April 2020, that caught many off guard and helped galvanize support for the club and NIVA. More recently, the 500-cap club received a $1.6 million Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (spearheaded in part by Amy Madrigali, Anderson’s predecessor), began having shows and even won a 2021 Pollstar Award for Club of the Decade. Pollstar caught up with Anderson to learn more about her impressive career, her music proclivities, the legacy she has to live up to and how she’ll handle those rarely “pushy” agents and managers.