|Birth name||Roberto Pérez Flores|
|Born||February 20, 1943|
|Origin||Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico|
|Genres||Mexican rock, Bubblegum pop|
|Associated acts||Juan Gabriel, Los Dug Dug's, Los Zignos|
Roberto Jordán (Spanish pronunciation: [roˈβerto xorˈðan]) (born February 20, 1943, in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico) is a popular singer whose heyday occurred during Mexico's nueva ola (new wave) of music in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Many of his songs were covers of English-language rock and pop songs, with arrangements provided by music teachers and producers Enrique Okamura and Eduardo Magallanes. Jordán popularized several Bubblegum rock songs among youth in the Spanish-speaking world, singing songs by the 1910 Fruitgum Company, the Ohio Express and The Turtles as well as introducing the repertoire of singer-songwriters like Neil Diamond and Joe South.
Jordán left the stage for a number of years to pursue business and sports. In the mid-1980s, he returned to performing and even recorded a new version of his onetime hit Hazme una señal (a cover version of Brenton Wood's Gimme Little Sign). He also performed at a reunion concert with original Mexican rock acts such as Los Rockin' Devils, Los Teen Tops and Los Hermanos Carrión in 2006.
- 1968 - Hazme Una Señal, RCA Victor
- 1968 - 1,2,3 Détente!, RCA Victor
- 1970 - Castillos de Algodon, RCA Victor
- 1999 - Roberto Jordán (best-of compilation), Tepito Records
- Breves reseñas de grupos del norte de la República Mexicana http://rockenmexico2.tripod.com/id13.html