Justin LaBrash is a sixth generation Saskatchewan farmer and all around cowboy. With a dynamic and high energy live show, Justin entertains the audience with originals as well new twists on the classics. He has played all across Canada from Vancouver, British Columbia to St. John’s, Newfoundland and many points in between.
2016, he was awarded runner-up in the 620 CKRM Proudly Saskatchewan Showcase as well as named the Most Promising Entertainer. Justin has been featured on numerous radio and television shows as well in national magazines. He has performed at many festivals and events, including Agribition, Craven Country Jamboree, Moose Jaw Sidewalk Days, the Hillbilly Boogie Festival, and the Hank Snow Tribute Festival in Liverpool, Nova Scotia. Justin has enjoyed opening for country music greats such as Alex Runions, Craig Moritz, Julian Austin, JJ Shiplett, and The Washboard Union. Justin and True North were selected by SaskMusic to work with world renown live music producers, Tom Jackson and Associates from Nashville. Justin has made fans throughout Saskatchewan, across this great nation, as well as in more than ten countries around the world.
Justin released his debut single, "Play" worldwide in September 2015 and his second single "Blue Collar Worker" was released in March 2016. He released his third single, "Honeybee" at the same time as his debut album in July 2016. "Honeybee" received radio play in every province in Canada and landed at the #2 spot on the Canadian country radio downloads. In February, 2017, Justin released “Hooked On You” along with his debut music video. His fourth single to Canadian radio reached the #4 spot on the Most Active Indies weekly chart for all genres in Canada and the video has been viewed in 34 countries to date.
He enjoys entertaining people from all walks of life and regularly will perform at nursing homes, the children's wards at local hospitals, and the Cosmopolitan Learning Centre. Justin believes strongly in building communities and “paying it forward”. He has formed a partnership with the Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan Foundation and a portion of the revenue he personally receives for performances is donated to the CHSF.
With his country roots running deep and big heart, Justin has made fans throughout Saskatchewan, across this great nation, as well as in more than ten countries around the world.