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Top 75 Americana Singles Chart for "Gimme Back What's Mine"
#53 on Americana Album Chart for "Burn These Bridges"
TV Appearances: ESPN's "Monday Night Football, Fox Sports Commercial for MLB Playoffs 2020 (click here to watch those videos)
Sundown at Granada SOLD OUT (2021)
Kessler Theater - 282 Tickets Sold (2023)
Burn These Bridges is a "Fiery Southern Rock Gem"
“'Some Days' serves as an anthem for dealing with the hardships that life throws your way with a soundtrack that brings together country-rock and a folk sensibility. Infectious harmonies and emotionally-stirring instrumentals – not to mention Tipton’s soulful voice – come together to make this a song that speaks to our troubled times while offering a sliver or hope."
"Groove on the early 70’s Creedance-inspired rhythm with a lighter touch. Justin Tipton & the Troublemakers threw down some swamp stomp on their latest production. It’s everywhere including the enjoyably cathartic refrain: 'gimme back what’s mine'"
Justin Tipton is an American singer-songwriter and musician. Candid and authentic, Justin was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. The title track, “Burn These Bridges,” is a song about how Justin and his wife came together despite knowing it would burn a few bridges along the way and sets the tone for a record about life, love, and bouncing back from troubled times.At age 3, Justin picked up a toy guitar and banged out a tune. Then, in August of 2009, Justin’s Dad took him to a local Dallas club to see his first live concert, where Justin said, “As soon as the band kicked off their set, I knew that’s what I wanted to do for a living. I felt like I was watching an episode of ‘How it’s Made,’ and I was instantly hooked.” That night a switch was flipped, the lights went on, and a prolific singer-songwriter was born. Drawing on his admiration for country, rock, blues, and folk music, with a heartfelt tip of the hat to TomPetty, Steve Earle, and Lynyrd Skynyrd, Justin leans into a confessional style of songwriting with grit and humor and perhaps an ounce or two of regret. “I always used music to express myself-what I’m thinking and how I’m feeling. Now I write how I’m feeling and try to make it rhyme”
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