About Justin

Artist Development Coach, Producer/Engineer, Showcase Guitarist

Justin Leighton Long is a musician, engineer and producer who has worked in various styles including blues, country, rock, rap and pop. As a recording engineer and producer, Justin has worked for bands signed to labels including Atlantic, Elektra, Immortal, Wind Up, Curb, Blind Bat, S-Curve, Victory, Blues Legacy and J Records.

He was a founding member, lead guitarist and songwriter for the band No Address, which released Time Doesn’t Notice on Atlantic Records. Their debut single “Sadie (When I’m Gone)” stood at #11 on the Billboard Radio charts for 22 weeks. No Address toured North America extensively, opening for bands such as Three Doors Down, 303, and Breaking Benjamin, for almost two years. In the early 2000’s, when the music industry was undergoing rapid change, Justin’s band No Address was one of the only two indie rock bands out of 52 that Atlantic retained on their roster. Part of the reason they stayed on-label was Justin’s successful effort to write, record, mix and master an entire additional 19-song album in the 21 days before they went into the studio to record the album for which they were contracted. 
As a songwriter, Justin has a talent for helping new songwriters find their voice, and experienced songwriters take their songs to the next level.  His compositions have been featured in feature films and television series, as well as continuing to maintain airplay around the world. Justin is currently Producer/Guitarist for Cody Qualls, Lead Guitarist for The Petty Nicks Experience, and Producer/Songwriter/Guitarist for electronic rock band Adrienne O. With decades of experience running live sound, recording in professional studios (even back in the days of tape!) and playing live shows as a guitarist, bassist, keyboardist, and drummer, Justin has a deep understanding of what goes into making a good set, a good performance, and a good show. He has analyzed performances at thousands of shows over the past 35 years of performing and running sound to develop core stage performance concepts that are both universally applicable and flexible depending on the artist.
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