Justine Blazer is a five-time #1 iTunes Charting, #1 Amazon Best Seller, #1 Amazon New Releases, Top 20 Billboard Charting, Apple Music Charting, and Music Row-charting international producer, vocalist, songwriter, sync/TV composer, and recording artist. She is a member of The Recording Academy (GRAMMYS® Voter), the Country Music Association, the Americana Music Association, and the Audio Engineering Society.
Originally from Detroit, MI, and now based in Nashville, she has opened for the likes of Jason Aldean, Justin Moore, Lee Brice, Kathy Mattea, Regis Philbin, Lonestar, Bucky Covington, and more. Justine has also received endorsements from Luna Guitars, Dean Guitars, Ram Trucks, Chrysler Incorporated, Antares, RME, and Mojave Microphones.
Justine has won multiple awards, including the Josie Music Awards, Intercontinental Music Awards, World Songwriting Awards, Radio Music Awards, Indie Music Channel Awards, Global Music Awards, The Detroit Blues Challenge, Ram Trucks Battle of the Bands Winner, and she was a Finalist in the 2023 USA Songwriting Competition, among others.
She has been featured on various TV shows such as "American Super Group" on MTV, and her music has been synced and placed in TV shows and movies including "The Young and the Restless" on CBS, "A Treasure for Christmas" on Lifetime Network, and the Telly Award-winning movie "Hashtag Blessed" on Prime Video, Tubi, Redbox, and more. Her music video for her popular single, "Good Trouble," has been showcased on CMT and TCN.
Justine has been a GRAMMY® voter since 2020 and has attended the 64th and 65th GRAMMY Award Shows in Las Vegas and Los Angeles as a Balloted Artist.
Currently, Justine is actively performing live weekly all around Nashville, working on more TV/sync projects, producing and writing for various artists, and lastly, she is recording her 10th studio album, slated to be released in early 2024.