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State: Kentucky

Hometown: Harlan, KY

Resident: Corbin, KY

Song title: "Sparrow"

Jordan Smith is a singer-songwriter best known for winning Season 9 of NBC's hit reality television series "The Voice." The Kentucky native holds the record as the highest-selling artist in "The Voice" history, dethroning Adele's "Hello" at No. 1 on the iTunes charts three times during his run on the show and becoming the first artist ever to replace himself at No. 1 on the Christian Billboard chart. Jordan has since released four albums and toured extensively around the world, sharing the stage with artists such as Patti LaBelle, Jordin Sparks and Lionel Richie. He also wrote the song "Ashes," performed by Celine Dion for the movie "Deadpool 2." Being a Kentuckian is something Jordan has always been proud of and representing the state is an honor.

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