He had a string of hit singles and was a major cross-over artist who eventually became "King of the Jukebox" for nearly a decade. From 1942-1950, Jordan scored 18 #1 singles and 54 in the top forty. He spent 113 weeks in the number one position in Billboard's Top lists.
He also appeared in movies and "Soundies".
"Caldonia", "Beware", "G.I. Jive", "There Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens", "Beans and Cornbread", "What's the Use in Getting Sober (When You're Gonna Get Drunk Again?)", "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out"..on and on it goes.
"Five Guys Named Moe"
"Caldonia" what makes your big head so hard?
"Look Out, Sister" his answer to his own seemingly misogynous song "Beware" done just for the distaff side. Equal opportunity stool-pigeon.