"There aren't many young singer-songwriters whose words transcend generations and geography. At 21, James Junius writes songs that come from the heartland but resonate with all of us. Songs about love, home, hope and hopelessness - eternal and universal emotions never felt more strongly than today. James has a voice that can soothe, or rattle your bones. He deserves to be seen and heard!"
- Terry Lickona
Executive producer, Austin City Limits
(the longest-running music show on American television)
ABOUT JAMES JUNIUS
Basking in the amber light of Salt Lake City, at the age of 21 James Junius has lived as a singer-songwriter since first picking up a guitar at the age of 11. Born and raised in a Mormon household, James found his spirituality beyond the usual formal religion, in unconventional ways through the likes of The Who, James Taylor and Motown. His music today melds Heartland Rock, Shoegaze and Ambient music in an attempt to portray the world as he sees it in the wild, frail west and the people he has met in various late night conversations out under the firmament.
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