Born and raised in Australia, in 2009 Jozsef James made the pilgrimage to Venice Beach, CA to take in the rich rock n roll history and gain experience recording in the US music landscape. After previously fronting a rock band and touring Australia for five years and taking on small tours in the US it was time for the band to come to an end and Jozsef to begin working on solo material. Using Venice Beach as a key inspiration for his debut EP 'Keys To The City' in 2015, Jozsef James drew influences from all over to create a tasty mix of soul, pop and crunchy funk. As an independent release he achieved radio airplay on the US/Canadian/Australian college radio circuit, as well as building a loyal following on social media through music streaming services. Having built his own recording studio, this album was written, recorded, produced and mixed entirely by Jozsef. Fast forward to 2017, where Jozsef James had spent a year and a half carefully crafting his follow up album titled ‘Death Of A Salesman’ with producer Danny Saber (David Bowie, Madonna, Rolling Stones, Michael Hutchence). In this time Jozsef was approached by a film production company to play late INXS front man Michael Hutchence in the up and coming biopic/documentary on the late singer’s life. Filming commenced in January 2017 and completed June of 2017. ‘Michael Hutchence: The Last Rockstar’ was released in Australia October 16th and 17th 2017 to critical acclaim and worldwide 1st quarter of 2018. With more mature and experimental songwriting, along with a painfully patient recording process, Jozsef James is set to bring something new to the pop music world. Edgy, sensual, thought provoking lyrics with an eclectic twist of sound and a soulful voice. Lead single ‘Hypnotizing’ will be released February 16th 2018, followed by ‘Death Of A Salesman’ in March 2018. This is the death of a salesman and the birth of pop music’s newest kid on the block.
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