Justin Fabus is a singer/songwriter from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who is gaining attention in country’s music scene. Writing songs and playing guitar from an early age, Justin never believed in the word can’t.
Justin has performed at fairs and festivals across the East Coast, and has appeared with many artists such as Gary Allan, Craig Campbell, Randy Houser and David Nail. Justin also had the honor to be invited to perform at The Wheeling Jamboree in Wheeling, West Virginia.
In September 2013, Justin released his debut EP. The title track “Save Me” was used for Justin’s first full length music video starring MTV actress and model Cara Parrish. Following the debut of Justin’s EP, he released “Kiss of a Gypsy” the first single off his forthcoming debut album in the summer of 2014. “Kiss of a Gypsy’” found great success for Justin as TouchTunes jukeboxes named him a “Breakout Band” of 2014. “Kiss of a Gypsy” was added to all 60,000 TouchTunes jukeboxes throughout North America and Europe. Closing out 2014, Justin was named as one of the “Best-Up-And-Coming Pittsburgh Bands" of 2014 by CBS and KDKA.
Justin released his debut self-titled album produced by Steve Hornbeak on June 12. Hornbeak has recorded and toured with artists such as Billy Gillman, Faith Hill, Journey, Richard Marx and Tim McGraw. Hornbeak is currently a cast member on the ABC hit series “Nashville”. In the summer of 2015, Justin will be opening for Nashville recording artists Frankie Ballard, Dierks Bentley, Hunter Hayes, Sam Hunt, Jonathan Jackson, Lady Antebellum, Maddie & Tae and Kip Moore.
Justin's self-titled album debuted at number 8 on "The iTop iTunes 100 New Country Releases." To celebrate the release of Justin's debut album, Touchtunes added the complete album to all 60,000 of their jukeboxes.