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Justin Levinson was born on 9 September, 1985.
|Age||35 years old|
|Born||9 September 1985|
Justin Levinson Height, Weight & Measurements
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Justin Levinson Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Justin Levinson worth at the age of 35 years old? Justin Levinson’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from . We have estimated Justin Levinson’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Levinson has played live in support of Apollo Sunshine, Serena Ryder, The Verve Pipe, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Matt Wertz, Chris Barron of the Spin Doctors, Grand Archives and Zox. He toured with One Tree Hill star and singer-songwriter Tyler Hilton. He has toured with Aaron Carter, opening on select dates of the After Party Tour, as well as with Teddy Geiger and Howie Day. He has appeared at NXNE and the Boston International Pop Overthrow. He has also made television performances, including on Bangor’s WLBZ, Connecticut’s WTNH, Backstage With Barry Nolan (Comcast), The 10 Show! (NBC Philadelphia), NECN Morning News, Fox 44 Boston, Plum TV on Martha’s Vineyard and Late Night Saturday WCAX Burlington, Vermont.
During 2018, Justin Levinson collaborated with Anna Nalick on a new single titled A Part of Me.
Early 2017, Justin Levinson released his fifth studio album Yes Man. The album was produced by Adam Popick. After touring California, he was invited by Songs & Whispers, a European booking agency, to tour Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium.
In 2013, Levinson released the three-song EP Take My Time. Noted in reviews as a slight departure from his work with the Valcours, the EP took a more country-influenced turn on the third and final track, “Bid The Rest Goodbye”, which employs steel guitars and fiddles.
Levinson wrote and performed a song for the 2013 film The Den, entitled “Love You Goodbye”.
In 2012, Levinson released This Side of Me, This Side of You, his first album with his band, The Valcours. The band is made up of Sean Witters on guitar, Seth Barbiero on bass, Josh Glass on organ and synthesizer, and Simon Plumpton on drums and sampler, with Levinson writing the songs, and the group writing the arrangements. Levinson plays piano and provides vocals. The album included a number of guest contributions as well. Boston-based recording artist Will Dailey appeared on the track “Let You Go”, Burlington singer/songwriter Gregory Douglass contributed to “Love You Goodbye”, and Liz Longley was on “I Was So Wrong.”
Levinson’s 2009 release, Predetermined Fate, had a more country-influenced style. One single on the album, “Waiting For Someone To Love Me”, was played heavily on Sirius, and he was nominated for the Sirius singer-songwriter discovery of the year. Another track, “Losing You To Tennessee”, was featured on Virgin Airlines flights.
In 2007, Levinson, by then a graduate of Berklee, released his second album, Bury Your Love. Many reviews of this record noted the influence of Elton John. The same year, he won the ASCAPLUS award and was a finalist in the USA Songwriting Competition.