Justin In The News: CityNews Channel

Justin was a guest on CityNews Channel with host Francis D’Souza. The two spoke about Justin’s album How We Fly and the Vehicle of Change Tour. If you couldn’t catch it live on Ma 22nd, click below to watch...

Justin In The News: Canada AM

Justin appeared on CTV’s morning show Canada AM for an interview about the Vehicle of Change and performed a great, electric version of “Lay My Burdens Down” from his latest album How We Fly, available at Walmart, HMV and other fine retailers. If you missed the show on May 15th, click the image below to watch it now!...

Justin In The News: Global TV ‘The Morning Show’

Justin appeared on Global TV’s “The Morning Show” on May 21 to talk about his album “How We Fly” as well as the Vehicle of Change Tour. Justin joined actor Gregory Smith (Rookie Blue) on set along with hosts Liza Fromer, Kris Reyes and Rosey Edeh. Kris mentioned the award-winning 16×9 piece on Justin which aired back in . You can watch the piece here. Click below to watch the full interview from May 21st. Justin’s segment begins at the 8:20 mark....

Justin In The News: 680 News

Justin had a great interview with 680 News’ Rudy Blair. The two spoke of everything from the new album, to wrestling to how he met his wife. You must see the interview below if you haven’t...

New Music Premiered On CBC

Justin premiered new music off his upcoming album “How We Fly” Check out the videos...

Justin In The News: CTV Kitchener

Justin was on the CTV Kitchener set on May 13th to talk about the challenges with his upcoming album “How We Fly” and how the Vehicle of Change tour became possible. If you missed the show, click the image below to watch...

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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things

JUSTIN HINES AND SYMPATICO.CA’S INMUSIC.CA TEAM UP IN ONLINE CONTEST FOR ORDINARY PEOPLE DOING EXTRAORDINARY THINGS August 26, 2011 – JUSTIN HINES and SYMPATICO.CA’s INMUSIC.CA are searching for people across Canada who are making a difference in the lives of others. The winner(s) of the online contest will have their inspiring stories documented by Justin’s camera crew and showcased on Sympatico.ca’s inMusic.ca, hosted by the Toronto singer-songwriter. The contest ends August 30, 2011 and entry is open now at http://sympaticocontests.ca/contests/justinhines/. “I’m blown away by the amazing people I meet every day,” says Hines. “I think this project is a great way to recognize some of the great work that they do.” Hines and Sympatico.ca’s inMusic.ca are asking people to submit 150 words or less about how they, or someone they know, are making a difference in the lives of others. “Sympatico.ca’s InMusic.ca is thrilled to be working with Justin Hines to shine the spotlight on inspirational people from across our country,” said Michele Ferrari, Senior Director of Portal Content and Operations, Sympatico.ca. “Justin himself has been such a great friend, and inspiration to all of us.” The contest follows Hines’ new release of DAYS TO RECALL which features the single “Tell me I’m Wrong,” currently continuing its rise on the American AC charts (#31 the week of August 8). The music video focuses on the devastation caused by the recent tornado in Joplin, Missouri and the unbreakable spirit of the community as they rebuild their homes and their lives. “Tell me I’m Wrong,” is an iTunes’ free Song of the Week and you can see it here. Dates for Justin’s PBS television Special with RON SEXSMITH, THE CANADIAN TENORS, SIERRA NOBLE and NATALIE MACMASTER have just been announced and Hines is in the US taping appearances at TV stations across the country. “A trickling new-country verse, a dip to the bridge, the earnestly sweeping Bieberesque chorus. A love song from the inspirational Ontario singer songwriter has hit written all over it – tell us we’re wrong.” – Globe and Mail, Essential Tracks, August 9. -30- About Orange Lounge Recordings: Founded in 2003, Orange Lounge Recording’s mission is to create and share music worth listening...

Watch The Official Music Video For “Tell Me I’m Wrong”

  “Tell Me I’m Wrong” is the first single from the album “Days to Recall”. The music video was primarily filmed in Joplin, Missouri following the devastating tornado that touched down late may 2011. The tornado trampled nearly 30 percent of the city;  homes, businesses, schools and churches were reduced to rubble. Look for two shots of Joplin High School, ravaged by the storm. Watching students from all over the US pitch in to clean up was a heart-warming sight. Keep an eye out for the shot of St. Mary’s church, turned to rubble all but for the giant crucifix that miraculously survived the storm. This video is dedicated to the Joplin community.  Thank you for allowing us to be a small part of your rebuilding. We are in awe of your strength and are inspired by your unbreakable spirit.  You are in our hearts. Also a special thank you to the American Red Cross for all that you do. To donate, visit the American Red...

South Africa Welcomes Justin With Open Arms And A #1 Song

  This past April, Justin Hines and the ‘Justinspired’ team set out for South Africa to continue to spread the gift of education to kids in need across the country and to also play for the annual Nelson Mandela Bay Splash Festival. The four-day show, which had a total audience of over 400,000, was a huge success. During Justin’s final performance of the day where he played “Say What you Will” (The #1 song in South Africa), audience members proceeded to raise their own homemade signs, similar to that in the music video. “A song can make a difference” was one of those messages, and what a difference it has made! The last time the Justinspired team left South Africa they knew they had done good work at the Despatch Primary School donating school supplies and helping the school under-go a makeover. The team was eager to see what more could be done. Now almost one year later the Justinspired team has managed to reach over 20 schools across townships in South Africa and have helped create positive change within the surrounding communities. In all, over twenty-two thousand children have been recipients of the Justinspired Campaign receiving everyday educational necessities such as pens, pencils, food and clothing. Even after a long and rewarding journey the team continues to make efforts in South Africa and shows no signs of slowing down. Take a look at some pictures from Justin’s trip below, as well as the Say What You Will (South Africa) Music...