“and while his is a generally unassuming sound, the music is still seeped in sentiment and an easy, affable embrace.” -Lee Zimmerman, The Daily Ripple
Nick Justice was born in New York and grew up on the North Shore of Long Island. Raised on pop music and AM radio as a child, he started to lean towards the sounds coming from California as a teenager. The Eagles, Jackson Browne, and Crosby, Stills and Nash prompted him to move to the Golden State. With guitar in hand, he landed in San Diego in the late 1980s where the “cowpunk “ movement in the form of The Blasters, X, and the Beat Farmers was beginning to form.
Music Review - `Rope the Wind` by Nick Justice (lz)
If Nick Justice’s career has found him lurking below the radar, it’s only because he’s the one that initially put the brakes on.
Music Review - `The Road Not Taken` by Nick Justice
There is something in Nick Justice’s graveled voice and accustomed, unrushed folk strumming that screams classic.
John B. Moore
Music Review - `The Dance at Dawn ` by Nick Justice
This is singer-songwriter Nick Justice’s fifth album, and the third that this writer has covered on these pages. Yes, Justice has his usual themes of love gone wrong, misfits and the downtrodden.