Joshua Sade James

JSJ aka Joshua Sade James is an emerging Canadian recording artist and performer. Originally from Kitchener, ON, he has worked across North America in various touring shows, including the North American Premiere of Conga (DWW) at the Niagara Falls Avalon Theatre. Joshua has worked throughout Canada in various shows from coast to coast; from The Calgary Stampede Talent Search, to PEI’s Charlottetown Festival. He has spent the past two years now traveling the world performing with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings both in the production cast, as well as his solo cabaret “A Little Bit of This, A Little Bit of That” .

Prior to obtaining his Honours Bachelor Degree in Musical Theatre Performance at Sheridan College, alongside winning the Sheridan: Pop Award (For Outstanding Performance). Joshua is also the son of critically acclaimed country artist, Jamie Warren. He was born for the stage.

Since the birth of JSJ, he has been given the opportunity to write with Sony Music Brazil artists PRINSH, Jettlag Music and WADD, to be featured on the track “Save me From Myself”. As well release two EPs through Toronto-based label, HardMD, founded by critically acclaimed songwriter and producer, Craig McConnell.

His hit single “I’ll Wait For You”, featured in his show A Little Bit of This, A Little Bit of That, was even recognized by the WestCoast Songwriters Association, winning 1st place as “Best Overall Pop Song” in 2021. To date, JSJ has accumulated over 2 million views on facebook, 200k+ streams on Spotify alone, and over 300k+ views on his YouTube channel. While growing his fan base he’s also been featured in multiple news outlets and blogs, such as: Canadian Beats, Record World Magazine, The Tinnitist, and many more.

Joshua Sade James continuously captivates audiences all across the globe. His blend of pop, soul and RnB sound, mixed with a musical theatre background allows his versatility to garner audiences of all ages.

Joshua strives to incorporate a message of self-worth and self-love in each of his shows. Making sure the audience leaves knowing that “you are worthy, you are loved and you are imperfectly you.” ~ JSJ