Introducing Justin Fabus

While it’s Justin Fabus’s soft, edgy voice that lures the listener, it’s his passion that captivates the audience. For Justin, that passion started at an early age.

After the tragic loss of his father at the age of three, his grandparents became a central role in his life. They passed along their love of music by introducing him to Patsy Cline, Frank Sinatra, Elvis, and, of course, his grandmother’s favorite, Billy Ray Cyrus.

Seeing his love for music, his other biggest supporter, his mother, gave him his first acoustic guitar, which he still writes and performs with today. While other kids were outside playing, Justin spent hours listening to music and teaching himself to play the guitar and banjo.

Throughout his childhood and teen years, Justin found solace in music. As he honed his talents, he began performing first acoustically and then with his first band, 3 AM. It didn’t take long for Justin to branch out to form his own band as a country artist.

Eventually, Justin began performing at fairs, festivals and venues across the east coast, appearing with such greats as Gary Allan, Craig Campbell, Randy Houser and David Nail.

In September 2013 Justin released his debut EP, ‘Save Me,’ which was the bases of his first full-length music video starring MTV actress and model Cara Parrish. Great success came in the summer of 2014 with the release of ‘Kiss of a Gypsy,’ the first single from his debut album.

TouchTunes jukeboxes named Justin ‘Breakout Band of 2014’ and his single was added to 60,000 jukeboxes throughout North America and Europe. Closing out 2014, Justin was named as one of the years ‘Best-Up-And-Coming Pittsburgh Bands’ by CBS and KDKA.

As summer 2015 rolled around, Justin came out with his debut self-titled album, produced by renowned artist Steve Hornbeak. Justin’s tour that year had him opening for Nashville recording artists Frankie Ballard, Dierks Bentley, Hunter Hayes, Sam Hunt, Jonathan Jackson, Maddie & Tae and Kip Moore.

Today, Justin continues to draw on life experiences and inspiration from the likes of Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, Garth Brooks, and Kenny Chesney, among others. Although his grandparents have passed, he is thankful for their gift of music and for what he has accomplished in his career but knows his passion for music will continue to push him for more.

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