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BiographyJustin Swadling is a highly respected British session musician and composer having performed internationally for over 10 years as a professional musician.
Justin graduated from The London College of Music in 2007 having studied the saxophone and composition with Jimmy Hastings and Eddie Harvey. In 2005 he was awarded the prestigious LCM jazz player of the year award.
Since graduating Justin has worked with legendary pop artists which include; Candi Staton, Tony Hadley (Spandau Ballet), Holly Johnson (Frankie goes to Hollywood), ABC, Archie Bell and the Drells, Jo Bataan, Tom Browne, Santa Esmeralda, Ann Sexton, Glenn Jones, Ady Suleiman, Louisa Johnson and Pixie Lott.
Influenced by many of these artists Justin has created much of his own work, most notably the 2014 studio album; The Dreamer. (33Records)
This was followed in 2016 by a second studio recording which saw Justin collaborating with the distinguished, Piatti String Quartet. This pioneering step into groundbreaking performance techniques and orchestration has been entitled “A Place to Be” and is available now as a 12 inch vinyl and online download. (33Records)
More About Justin Swadling
A Place to Be - 2016
The Dreamer - 2014
Q:Describe the feeling when you're really connected to the music.
A:There must be a continuous flow of expression from your mind to those in your audience. Connecting with the listener in this way is the goal of every performer and having equipment that accurately conveys your musical thoughts and feelings, without interruption, is essential.
- London College Of Music