Alexander Joseph has been juggling his two passions of music and sport for as long as he can remember. As a musician he cut his teeth performing on the open mic scene around the city of Bath, whilst touring the UK with a university formed covers band. His commitment to the world of sport stems from his time competing on the international tennis circuit and his more recent coaching roles within Paralympic Sport.
He's since gone on to release a selection of songs in support of various sports development initiatives/charities, which led to his appearance on Channel 4's 'The Superhumans Show' in the lead up to the 2016 Paralympic Games, where he performed his wheelchair basketball inspired anthem 'GB 365'. You may have also heard his wheelchair tennis inspired song 'A Racket In Hand' whilst watching the tennis at Wimbledon!
Alexander remains committed to channelling important and heartfelt messages through his music. 2020 saw the release of Not Defeated - a song about overcoming adversity & persevering through the challenging times. He also released his second EP ‘Broken But Beautiful', which took inspiration from his experiences of fatherhood, mental health, faith, the loss of a loved one & the need for relentless determination when we pursue our aspirations.
His latest release is a single called 'Make a Stand' which features the powerful vocals of singer-songwriter Tashara Forrest and looks to the future with hope and optimism that better days are on their way after a year of lockdown.