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Justin Keenan

Where: Great Ocean Road Brewhouse, 29 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay, Great Ocean Rd / Otway Ranges

Restrictions: All Ages

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Meet Justin Keenan. Justin is one of those musicians with a story to tell. As a solo cover artist, Justin plays music from artists such as Creedence, Rolling Stones etc, as well as Australian acts like Paul Kelly, Hunters and Collectors, The Church.

Come and see Justin at the Brewhouse and read his journey below!

Since 2015, Justin Keenan has been standing backstage with his two sons, aged 10 and 13, about to perform to a crowd of thousands. It's nothing unique for his sons. Raised by their father alone, they've been to gigs all over the world since they were babies. In that time, they've seen both the inspiring realization of a dream, and the tumultuous hardships of unpredictable finances and familial isolation. But, the Keenan family has stuck through it together, and now stand on the other side stronger than ever.

Keenan wouldn’t have traded this journey for anything because he has met the most incredible people along the way. Having been through most of Europe, Asia, North America, Australia, New Zealand, and Indonesia, he has met people who have made him more genuine, more authentic, more caring for others, and more appreciative of the history of different cultures.

Looking back over the past 17 years of sacrifices, flat tires, back-to-back gigs, and heartaches, nothing has been more worth it than Keenan’s creative journey. Keenan believes that he has formed the most incredible team of people, spanning across the entire globe, that surround him, support him, and collaborate with him. It’s been a lot of fun for Keenan to gain the level of success and support that he now has, and he can’t wait to see what the next 17 years of independent musicianship have next. From shows in WWII artillery bunkers to huge rock festivals, from playing on moving steam trains to playing for village children who have nothing. This is the uplifting story of the universal language of music, and the positive effects it brings to people everywhere.

While Justin's solo career has grown, he still owes much credit to his band The Go Set, which he still leads today as its frontman.