Fronting her notable Neo-soul Jazz duo, Justine Tyrell blends smooth vocal stylings, with a fresh twist that is all her own. Having written for Television and Film, and coming off the heels of the successful release of her latestst Single Hopes Up,  the Canadian-born songstress is just getting started. Justine packs soulful vocals, catchy hooks and melodic stylings - that keep listeners
“ hypnotized for more!" – Michelle YI, KOOL 101.5. Her sound combines elements of R&B, Jazz-Soul and Pop influences-  drawing inspiration from Artists such as Amy Winehouse and Aaliyah - to Summer Walker. 

Justine has earned nominations for Singer of the Year, Solo Artist of the Year, Media Personality of the Year (Obsidian Awards), and has went on to be named one of Branded Magazine’s ‘Game Changers, in her City of Calgary, Alberta’. Justine is also proud to be the Official Anthem Singer for the Calgary Stampeders, opening each home game at McMahon Stadium.

Her shows and Appearances include Calgary Stampede’s Coca Cola Stage

(alongside The Beatdrop Band), performing at the US Embassy, opening for Michael Bernard Fitzgerald, opening for Platinum recording artist Jocelyn Alice, Opening the

Nor-Am Ceremonies, and many more. In the recent years, Justine has put focus into

her live performances and putting her twist on popular songs- as well as creating and

writing her own original material. Justine’s most recent mini tour, included performances in New York City – a place in which she draws an array of musical inspiration.

 

Performances, Musical Appearances, and Projects Include:

Performing for the US Embassy - US Consul General , and Canadian Dignitaries
Scotiabank Saddledome - Greycup Festival Performance 2019

Calgary Stampede's Coca Cola Stage - Featuring Calgary's Beatdrop Band

Downtown Calgary Association - Summer Theme song; Soundtown Calgary Campaign

Tourism Calgary - Reasons to Visit Calgary

McMahon Stadium as the CFL Calgary Stampeders Anthem singer, 2014 Season – Current

Opening for Platinum Pop Artist, Jocelyn Alice

Opening for Canadas own, Michael Bernard Fitzgerald
Martha Cohen Theatre EPCORE Centre for the Performing Arts

Ronald McDonald House of Southern Alberta

Ovarian Cancer Canada LOVE HER – Hosted by Brett W. Wilson

Discussion Member of Shaw TV’s Rant Pack

CJSW Co-host of Radio Show, Off The Map
 

Honours and Distinctions include:

Obsidian Award Nominee for Solo Artist of the Year

Media Personality of the Year

Obsidian Awards Nominee - Singer of the Year

 

"EACH SHOW IS AN OPPERTUNITY TO MAKE PEOPLE FEEL SOMETHING. THAT TO ME, ADDS A WHOLE OTHER DEPTH TO PERFORMING. ITS AMAZING."