Jacob Dylan-Background Vocals
Liz Phair-Background Vocals
Josh Krajcik-Fairy Tale of New York- Background Vocals
Oren Lavie-Big Bad Wolf-Background Vocals
Jay Nash-Diamonds and Blood-Background vocals
Anderson East-Flowers of the Broken Hearted-Background vocals
Roy Jay-Fairfax Avenue- Background Vocals
Allstar Weekend-Here with me-Background Vocals
Jamie Alonge EP-Background Vocals
Orion Lietzi-Background Vocals
Christopher Hawley-Background Vocals
Ryan Darton-Background Vocals
Glen Ballard (Micheal Jackson, Alanis Morisette)
Chris Seefried (Fitz and the Tantrums)
Tony Mangurian (Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson)
Jason Carmer (Kimya Dawson, The Donnas)
Scott Campbell (Stevie Nicks)
Alex Ebert (Edward Sharpe)
A bit about
In the years following, Justine has had the pleasure of collaborating with some of the most talented musicians in the country. She's lent her voice to numerous recordings including recording projects with Jacob Dylan, Alex Ebert (Edward Sharpe) & Glen Ballard (Michael Jackson/Alanis Morisette). Most recently, one her songs was featured in the movie "Ride" starring Helen Hunt & Luke Wilson.
Justine continues her work as a full time musician and in January was added as a member of the Adam Cohen band. Since then she's toured Europe and has a busy summer ahead playing festivals all over the world including Glastonbury, The Montreal Jazz Festival & The Vancouver Folk festival. She is continuously writing her life into song and has just completed her 4th body of work titled "Orchard" with engineer/producer Scott Campbell. In this latest collection of songs, Justine hopes to portray the simplicity of music recorded live. It features some of her closest musician friends and is a collaboration filled with heart.
You can purchase the new Orchard EP from the Itunes link below:
I am continuously involved in an incredible project called Lonesome Traveler. It's a musical, but not of the traditional sorts. It's more a history of american folk music told through the songs. The years span from the 1920's, where they were still recording songs on porches, to 1965, when Bob Dylan went electric at the Newport Folk Festival. It's an ode to folk music, where it all came from and it's continuous influence on our culture.