Pop/R&B singer-songwriter Julia Tynes is best known for her soulful and sweet vocals, girl-power sass, and story-driven lyrics that make her music instantly relatable to audiences.
Julia was born and raised in Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, and started her amazing career based in Toronto. Growing up in a multi-racial Nova Scotia family, she is always an East Coast girl at heart and her music started from there. Everything she experienced and appreciated there, such as the beautiful ocean view from her grandmother’s house and the moments of laughing so hard she cried (lyrics from her single “After You”), are the fountainhead of her music. They seem small but have tremendous beauty.
As she develops as an artist, her music was influenced by Motown, 90’s Pop, and Bruno Mars. And with her multiple talents as a vocalist, songwriter, and choreographer, Julia has been following her dream with strong passion and never knows to stop as long as there is a small beauty in her life.
“Lady J’s [Julia Tynes] voice has a unique gift that her
audiences and listeners love. This is the sign of a true artist that sets her apart from all others”
"I was impressed with how Julia brought in the
message of “love yourself” and the positive messages she conveyed throughout her show."
Juno and Grammy award winner Liberty Silver
Paul Mason, Nova Scotian Junior High School Principal
Awards & Achievements
2018 - Released New Single and Music Video ‘Obvious’ and received over 1000 radio plays across National Radio.
2017 - Rising Star Nominee
2016 - ANSMA (African Nova Scotian Music Association) Emerging Artist of the Year
Sirius XM, The Verge, Indie Can Radio, MBC Network Radio SK, Pop Can Radio, My 96 FM Top 5, Back Home Musical Podcast Episode 26, Atlantic Axess Week 48, CBC One Song in a Row, CFLO FM, MontLaurier, Canadian Beats, CKBF, CHIP FM, CFBS, CKRO, CJMC, CIAU, CKNA, CIAX, CFVD, CHHO, CFMF, CKGN, CNN, CKDU, CHRK, CKVL, CIOE
Performed with Grammy and 3x Juno Winner Liberty Silver at the Gene Augustine Centre for Black History Month, International Stan Rogers Fes, Indie Week, Select Sisters Raising Funds for Children in Africa, Jamiesons, The Heritage Festival, The MOD club, The Perfect Pour, The British Bull Dog, ECMW, NSMW, Taste of the Danforth, The Opera House, The Toronto Christmas Market, Astral Drive Junior High, The Good Food and Wine Show, Linsmore Tavern, The Supermarket Restaurant and Bar, AlleyCatz, Brantford Station Coffee House, Manny’s