Biography

Known for his emotional, high energy live shows and passionate worship, JUSTIN FOX is a reminder of the visceral power of music and the beauty of when that power is directed to the glorification and praise of God.

Justin has traveled the world time and again, and as he eloquently puts it:

“I’ve been lost in Bangkok and found at a summer camp, been arrested for trespassing and married the love of my life, spent the night in a Greyhound station in Seattle and a VIP lounge in Hong Kong, sailed a record company president’s yacht and had to run from a burning tour bus, experienced great heartache and intense joy, heard the voice of God and the silence of doubt, felt the crush of singing to 20,000 people and the passion for singing to 20, slid down the massive face of a Honolua Bay set wave and tried to open a can of beans at midnight by the side of the freeway with a pocket-knife.

“I can’t imagine what’s in store next, but I’m ready, excited, and keeping my eyes on the road…”

Justin took a short break from the road to record his seventh and most recent album, Seabright, a collection of eleven new songs that feature his best and most personal songwriting to date. The new disc includes the vibrant hit “Every Summer,” accompanied by an appropriately sunny music video.

“We do this because we believe we’ve got a message to communicate,” says Justin. “Music can reach even the hardest heart. It’s a powerful force, and God has led us to use our gifts for His service. To let him work through us in touching lives… it’s the greatest honor… it’s why we do what we do.”

Edited by Mommabee68 on 4 Jun 2012, 14:23

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