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Jordan Pundik

performing with his band New Found Glory in 2004
Background information
Born October 12, 1979 (1979-10-12) (age 30)
Origin Pompano Beach, Florida, US
Genres Pop punk, punk revival, alternative rock, hardcore punk[1]
Occupations Musician, singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, Guitar
Years active 1997 - present
Associated acts New Found Glory, The International Superheroes of Hardcore

Jordan Izaak Pundik (born October 12, 1979)[2] is an American musician. He is the current lead vocalist of the rock band New Found Glory, and guitarist in hardcore punk side-project, International Superheroes of Hardcore.



Jordan Pundik was born October 12, 1979 to Carlos G Pundik and Maureen Pundik (now Waters). He was born in Englewood, New Jersey and moved with his family to Florida when he was 3 years old. He has two siblings, Daniel and a sister, Edra.

Personal life

In 2003 Jordan became engaged to longtime girlfriend Stacey Greimsmann and married her on September 5, 2005. The couple divorced February 15, 2007. In mid to late 2008, he became engaged to his current wife, Mandy Gerling. The pair married May 23, 2009 in Oceanside CA where they currently reside.

Jordan's father Carlos came out and announced he was gay in a March 11, 2005 article with St. Petersburg Times, but came out to Jordan and family in 2003.

Jordan has no children currently but has a nephew named Noah Jadyn Pundik born March 2009, his brother and fiancee Jillian Rowland's first son.

Pundik's mother is currently ill in hospital with an unknown infection, and set up to help raise money to pay for the hospital costs.


with New Found Glory

with International Superheroes of Hardcore


  • Jordan's vocals also appear on the tracks "Kings of Hollywood" and "You're Not Alone" on MxPx's 2003 release Before Everything & After.
  • Jordan also does backup vocals for the song "Cat Like Thief" by Box Car Racer.
  • Jordan also appears on the Hope After the End/A Stab In The Dark split EP with Ned Harrington.
  • Jordan also does back up vocals on the Breakdance Vietnam song "Graves of Mistakes" from the album Memories of Better Days, released on Broken Sounds Records in 2004.
  • Jordan also contributed vocals on "You're the Wanker, If Anyone Is" by Say Anything alongside bandmate Chad Gilbert.

Record Labels

with New Found Glory


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