Justin Grennan

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Justin Grennan
Birth name Justin Fenton Grennan
Also known as Justin Grennan
Genres Soul R&B Singer-Songwriter
Instruments Vocalist
Associated acts The Project
Justin Grennan
Dallas Kruse
The Ultimate Bearhug
Barrett Johnson
Website www.justingrennan.com

Justin Grennan is an American singer who is originally from Enumclaw, WA.,[1] and now resides in Glendale, CA.[2] He appeared on NBC's The Voice in 2011.

Career[edit]

Circa 2006, Justin met producer Dallas Kruse and the two collaborated and recorded Justin's debut album "Things I Should Have Said" in 2008.[3] Since then, the two have formed "The Project",[3] a five piece soul band which includes drummer Jorgen Ingmar, bassist Mikey Hachey, guitarist Justin Burrow, and Hammond Organist Dallas Kruse.[2]

Participation on The Voice[edit]

Grennan was the only male on Christina Aguilera's team on the 2011 season of The Voice.[4] He was chosen for Aguilera's team after singing "Drops of Jupiter" in his blind audition;[5] he was eliminated in the next round.[5]

Since The Voice aired on NBC, Justin has been busy with TV appearances, gigs, tours, radio interviews, and recording his second album at ZionStudios in Orange County, CA.[citation needed]

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