Originally from the east coast, Justice Dunn is a very diverse musician residing in southern Indiana. He first discovered his obsession with music while spending time with his grandparent's listening to their collection of SUN records. That is where his dreams of being a musician started, while still a child he could often be found banging on pots and pans on the kitchen floor, but when his grandfather brought him home a guitar, he found his true love.
During his child and teen years Justice focused on making an art of playing guitar. In his teen years he discovered music beyond his grandparent's record collection. After hearing bands like Ozzy Osbourne, Wasp, and Kiss, he discovered the style of music that would become one of his main focuses. Metal.
Later, in the early 90's Justice competed 4 times in Cheshire Music's "Rock Till You Drop" contests in Keene, NH. This is a contest where guitarist must play 36 hours straight with limited breaks. The first year he walked away with 3rd place. On the second and third years of competing he achieved 2nd place, and on the fourth year he played his way to the top placing 1st.
In the years following Justice found himself playing for a variety of different bands across the United States, in venues ranging from back yard parties, to bars, and even packed arenas. But crowd size never mattered to him, Justice just loved being on stage and sharing his talent with the world.
Now, after completing his home studio Justice writes music for hire. He also enjoys teaching music lessons with his company Smash Acid Productions. In the works for Justice now is a new band which he founded named "Life Goes Wrong", where he will return to the stage to yet again share his talent.