Who Is He?
The life of Alexander Joseph continues to mix his two passions of music & sport in an inspiring way. From humble beginnings, Joseph cut his teeth as a musician on the open mic scene in Bath, UK - frequently performing at the Oxjam Festival amongst other venues.
In 2016, Alexander Joseph appeared on Channel 4’s ‘Superhumans Show’ as part of their build-up to the Paralympic Games. He performed his wheelchair basketball inspired anthem ‘GB 365’. Alexander has also written two singles inspired by tennis - which you may have heard played out on Henman Hill / Murray Mound at the world famous Wimbledon tennis ground!
Joseph’s first release was the 5 song ‘St. David’ EP, a project recorded and co-produced with friend Terence Ryan in a small flat above a John Lewis department store. There has always been a keen charity focus when it comes to Joseph’s releases & several songs have raised funds for The International Tennis Federation, Sports Traider, The PiXL Club & The Elena Baltacha Foundation.
Alexander’s commitment to the world of sport originates from his time competing on the international tennis circuit. More recently, he has been balancing his time as a fitness coach across a variety of Olympic & Paralympic sports. Never one to rest on his laurels, Joseph is now embarking on a new adventure - writing material alongside a busy family life - all amongst his continuing role within British wheelchair tennis.
2020 will see Alexander release his new single ‘Not Defeated’, a single about overcoming adversity & the importance of persevering through challenging times. Further evidence that Joseph remains committed to channelling important & heartfelt messages through his music.