Who Is He?
Alexander Joseph is a singer-songwriter and sports coach who first sprung to life on the music scene with an EP called 'St. David' back in 2012. He has since gone on to release a series of singles associated with various sporting and educational organisations and charities, including the International Tennis Federation, Sports Traider, The PiXL Club and The Elena Baltacha Foundation. He also made an appearance on Channel 4's 'The Superhumans Show' in the lead up to the 2016 Paralympic Games, with a performance of his wheelchair basketball inspired anthem 'GB 365'.
Alexander has spent the majority of his life juggling his two big passions of music and sport. As a musician he cut his teeth performing on the open mic scene in Bath and around the UK with a university formed covers band. Whilst pursuing these musical adventures he spent time competing on the international tennis circuit, but has more recently been found working across a variety of Olympic and Paralympic sports as a conditioning coach. He is now embracing the challenge of writing new material alongside a busy family life and his role with British wheelchair tennis.