JJ VOSS 2021 EPK
100k+ Video Views
30k+ Monthly Reach
Roots Album of the Year (Come Along With Me)
Fans Choice Entertainer of the Year
Guitar Player of the Year
Video of the Year (Some People & Come Along With Me)
Male Artist of the Year
Songwriter of the Year (The Kind of Man)
Interactive Artist of the Year
2020 - SCMA Roots Artist of the Year & Video of the Year (Some People)
2018 – SCMA Roots Artist of the Year Award
2014 – SCMA Best Male Vocalist Nomination
2013 – SCMA Roots Album of the Year Award
2013 - Mediabase Chart ‘Playing For Keeps’ #51 / Mediabase Chart ‘Breakin’ Things’ #77
2012 – SCMA Video of the Year (It’s a Pride Thing) Nomination
2012 - Mediabase Chart ‘It’s a Pride Thing’ #68 / Mediabase Chart ‘Bare Bones’ #82
2009 – WCMA Producer of the Year Nomination
RELEASE DATE: March 20, 2020
"...Voss was funny, poignant, engaging and very charming as the night wore on. He's a fine songwriter and a gifted entertainer..." - Scott Roos, North Sask Music Zine
"...Fantastic! That's what I think of JJ's new album. Not a wasted note. No lack of depth. All heart and inspiration. Every single one of these songs will be played on our show The Morning Edition..." - Chris Haynes - CBC SK
“...Come Along With Me” is a journey every real country music fan will enjoy, and its positive-but-not naive message that we can rise above the negativity together is something everyone could use these days..." - Broose Tulloch, Roots Music Canada
"...Come Along With Me, the third release from Saskatchewan-based country rocker JJ Voss, is a thought-provoking journey of unorthodox subject material that is a side step from the standard fare offered up in the genre. It's a record about respect, love and positivity, on top of tackling many of the tough social issues of the day. Kicking off with the "love song to society" title track, the record does not let up but, in these trying times, that's exactly what we need..." - Scott Roos, Exclaim Music Canada
With close to two decades of dedication to his music career and craft, JJ Voss has taken his passion for songwriting and performing, along with his many experiences in life, to build an authentic heartfelt solo career rooted in the soil of the working class.
Raised on a small farm in southern Saskatchewan, Voss began his journey in music at the age of 8 when he picked up his Dad’s old flat top, and has been following in the footsteps of legendary troubadours like Steve Earle, Charlie Major, Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen ever since.
From playing weekend gigs with his high school band, to gigging six nights a week in night clubs, to festivals and soft seaters, Voss has become known for his ability to fuse the ‘classic’ sounds of Country, into a piece of work that’s perfectly suited for our modern times.
He released his debut EP ‘Hillbilly Storybook’ in 2009 garnering a WMCA Producer of the Year nomination which put him on the map as an up and comer in Canada. In 2012, he followed it up with his sophomore album, ‘Show ‘em Who’s Voss’, landing him a SCMA Roots Album of the Year award and chart action for 5 singles on Canadian Country radio, including ‘It’s a Pride Thing’ which peaked #62 on Nielsen BDS Top 100 and ‘Playing For Keeps’ at #51. The album also received extensive international airplay, which led to Voss’ first overseas tour, playing shows in Germany, Ireland, France and the Netherlands, Colombia and Mexico in 2015.
In 2017 Voss was forced to take a hiatus from his career for one year to recover from major back surgery. Having been bedridden for a long period of time, with only social media, TV and the news as his connection to the outside world, Voss began to digest the current social trends involving nationalism, tribalism, polarization, division, and violence - all of which weighed heavy on his mind. He put pen to paper, and by 2018, he had written his 3rd album, ‘Come Along With Me’ and was released on March 20th, 2020.
Since the release of 'Come Along With Me', JJ has performed 20+ online concerts gaining an impressive reach, new fans and a consistent stream of tips and merchandise sales. His music is charting on secondary/primary market radio with his 4th single entitled 'Black & Blue' in rotation across Canada. He garnered 2 SCMA awards for 'Roots Artist of the Year' and 'Video of the Year' (Some People') in 2020 and hit the top 10 Mediabase chart for his first 2 singles 'Some People' and 'Come Along With Me' in support of the album.
*****Just out- JJ was named Saskatchewan's Male Artist of the year and his album "Come Along With Me" was awarded Saskatchewan's Roots Album of the year by the SCMA for 2021.
Come Along With Me (single)
Feb 14, 2020
Show 'Em Who's Voss (album)
May 26, 2012
Some People (single)
Oct 4, 2019
Hillbilly Storybook (album)
March 1, 2010
2020 TOUR CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19
Oct. 17th - The Happy Nun Forget, SK 7:30pm
Oct. 28th- Live & Local Regina SK 7:00pm
Oct.30th- Art Concepts Estevan, SK 7:30pm
Oct. 31st- Art Concepts Estevan, SK 7:30pm
Nov.11th- Live & Local Regina, SK 7:00pm
Nov. 20th- Rawlinson Prince Albert, SK 7:30pm
Dec. 2nd- Live & Local Pilot Butte, SK 7:00pm
Dec. 9th - Live & Local Regina, SK 7:00pm
Dec. 23rd- Live & Local Pilot Butte, SK 7:00pm
Jan.6th - Live & Local Regina, SK 7:00pm
Jan.20th- Live & Local Pilot Butte, SK 7:00pm
Jan. 29th- Mae Wilson Moose Jaw, SK 7:30pm
Jan.30rh- Turvey Center Regina, SK 7:00pm
Feb.3rd - Live & Local Regina, SK 7:00pm
Feb.5th - Grand Theatre Indian Head, SK 7:00pm
Feb.5th - Grand Theatre Indian Head, SK 9:00pm
Feb. 17th- Live & Local Pilot Butte SK 7:00pm
Mar.3th - Live & Local Regina, SK 7:00pm