JJ Wilde sings from down deep, telling her soulful stories in a voice that embraces the legacy of Rock n Roll, and brings it into the 21st century.
Called “a voice that commands the stage .… an undeniable rock star in the making,” by BBC Radio 1’s Jack Saunders, Kitchener-based Wilde is the breakthrough new voice of a movement of independent female artists who have characterized Rock n Roll music over the past decade. She has been recognized internationally, performing and recording with artists including The Glorious Sons, Jimmy Eat World, Incubus, The Struts, and Reignwolf.
Wilde won the 2021 JUNO Award for “Rock Album Of The Year,” (the first female to win in the category since Alanis Morrisette 25 years prior), led by her smash single “The Rush,” which hit #1 in Canada and France, amidst historic run at Canada’s three Mediabase rock radio charts. Not one to rest easily, JJ Wilde followed up with three more top‑5 radio singles inside her first year on the charts, in “Best Boy”, “Mercy” and “Off The Rails” from her eponymously titled follow up EP. Catch her supporting The Glorious Sons across Canada on their “Unfinished Business Tour” in 2022.