Justin Horn – Hornology

Covering a broad range of musical styles, this jazz-influenced groove-pop record featuring an eight-piece band puts Justin Horn’s versatility as a vocalist, composer, arranger, and lyricist clearly on display.

Justin Horn was raised in the shadow of the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, and the influence of jazz on his wide-ranging groove-based pop music is clear. Justin studied music and philosophy at the University of Idaho, working closely with renowned composer and arranger Dan Bukvich. He currently resides in Auckland, New Zealand, where he is pursuing a Ph.D. focusing on the philosophy of music.


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