Now, Justin Belew is not your ordinary musician. He plays instruments that you may consider “weird” or “highly unique”. Whether you call these instruments “weird” or “unique” you can’t deny Belew’s musical talent.
Let me paint the picture for you all. From the outside, the studio looks like a house, but really it’s a very expensive studio. While inside, you’ll quickly find that Belew is no stranger to making musical magic. As a matter of fact, he’s been doing this professional music “thing” for over two decades.
“My passion is to teach people how to creatively worship God with their own unique gifts and talents,” said Belew
He has nearly 500 instruments, and they all come from different corners of the world. He owns everything from bagpipes, a nose flute, a donkey jawbone, an oil can guitar and even goat toes.
Check out Belew’s full performance below-featuring guitarist Sam Stephens.
It’s no surprise that Belew has a very wide musical taste. He’s even able to take popular songs and give them his unique twist.
Check out this fun jam session quartet between Justin, Morgan, LaPorsche, and Sam.
Belew built a full production recording studio that he facilitates and operates called Bibb City Sound.
“I specialize in voice-overs, professional “demo” recordings, and boutique album projects of various budget sizes. I record, produces and performs with commercial and independent musicians alike,” said Belew
Belew is a graduate of Point University. He holds his degree in Philosophy of Music Ministry with a minor in piano performance.
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