Julia Lynx

Canadian Singer Songwriter

Julia Lynx is a Canadian singer songwriter living in Canmore, Alberta. Her pure honey vocals and a clear sparkling tone grab the audience instantly. Julia's songs carry a soothing nostalgia and are infused with a contemporary folk pop edge.

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Canadian singer songwriter JulIA LYNX is based in Canmore, Alberta.

On stage, she puts the listener at ease with her mischievous, playful and sensual disposition. Her pop-folk ballads echo moments of melancholy and magic, capturing the beauty of loving our lands and each other.

Advocating for women's health as a birth doula and working as a dedicated conservation lobbyist, Julia walked 4,300 km over five months along the Pacific Crest Trail, and later 900 hundred more on the Great Divide Trail in the Canadian Rockies, singing her soul each day.

HIGHLIGHTS – CBC RADIO AIRPLAY, SOLD OUT ALBUM LAUNCH AT COMMUNITEA CAFÉ, EVENTS WITH THE CANMORE FOLK MUSIC FESTIVAL, DOUBLE BILL EVENTS WITH JENNIFER BEREZAN.

Julia’s debut album Wild Patience is the fresh and catchy result of her collaborative sessions with producer and award winning multi-instrumentalist Marc Atkinson (Marc Atkinson Trio, The Bills). The two joined creative forces at Marc’s Barn Studio on Hornby Island.

Julia is a self-confessed nature lover who helps her pals hunt now and then. She is affectionately known as “Julia Doulia” by the families she supports in her part-time role as a birthing doula. She is Mother to Roche and Tenaya Lynx, both recently graduated from high school. As well as facilitating artist retreats set in picturesque and remote locations, Julia has presented workshops at The Banff Centre in the Canadian Rockies. 

The folks of Canmore and Banff, Alberta enjoyed a sweet treat when Marc Atkinson came out to join Julia's band for the launch of Wild Patience on October 25 at the infamous Communitea Cafe

Julia sends huge thanks to Karen and family at Outer Island B and B on Hornby Island for such a great home away from home while recording at The Barn Studio

Gratitude to Janice Tanton for creating the album art and to Jean McAllister at Dark Horse Company for the album design. 

Julia successfully lobbied with community for the return of bison to Banff National Park with Bison Belong