CJ Cooper is a young singer/songwriter from Guelph, Ontario. She has played at the Rogers Cup, toured on the Toronto-Vancouver ViaRail train, played several shows as part of Canadian Music Week and award winning show choir KW Glee. She is also the official Guelph Nighthawks anthem singer and has sung for the Hamilton Ti-Cats. She has been featured and participated in various charity events and festivals such as Hillside-Inside, Art on the Street, Inside Ride, Spread the Net and Beyond Borders.
She released her debut album “Look Ahead” in 2018 and released a single “Red Flags” in 2019 and "Out of the Shadow", "Besties For Life" and "Never Alone" along with videos in 2020/21. CJ is a recent honours graduate of Seneca College’s Independent Songwriting & Performance program and the recipient for the IPS Manulife Bursary & Award, as well as a Covid Community Hero Award. 2021 will see CJ releasing her next album.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I am so glad that I had CJ take part in our wedding. She has an amazing voice and she sung the songs utterly amazing. My husband and I couldn't have been happier with how things turned out and we greatly appreciate that CJ was there to partake in our extremely special day. We will definitely be using CJ for any other upcoming events.
I can’t say how grateful our community is for her attention to the communities needs. She always has a smile on, always has a conversation going & has truly made each of us manage this pandemic with a bit of sanity. She’s an amazing women, caring, compassionate, driven & truly a blessing to our community through this. I’m only one of many who look forward to watching CJ succeed in the future as we know she is more then capable of being our next superstar!
I have had the pleasure of watching CJ Cooper grow from a talented young lady into a budding musical force, as a young woman. I knew the moment she stepped on a stage and opened her mouth. She is something special. Some people can ‘learn it’ and then there are those who are ‘born with it’. Just ask the goosebumps on my arm, every time I hear her sing.