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20 San Diego Uptown News | June 10–23, 2011


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learned to play the piano at age 10, he continued studying music through school, finally deciding to pursue it seriously at age 20. “I’m glad it didn’t happen for me at 20, because I think the life experience I’ve gained since then has definitely helped my mu- sic, helped me to have a better handle on what I’m doing now,” Henderson said. With this first album jump-

starting his career, and some summer shows already lined up, Henderson is in the beginning stages of working on some new material, grooming a slightly more mature sound with new lyrics that reflect the changes that his budding career has brought on. “Streelight” is now available via, the ITunes Store and Henderson will be performing at Brick by Brick, at 1130 Bue- nos Ave. on July 17. For more information, visit: brickbybrick. com. For more information about Justin Henderson, visit: justinhendersonmusic.webs. com, or e-mail justinhender-

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