Justin Galea

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Justin Galea (born 22 June 1987) is a singer and musician from Ħ'Attard, Malta.

He is a member of the Maltese band Plato's Dream Machine where he plays flute and sings backing vocals. He also sings with the Big Band Brothers. He participated in the pop-rock even Strummin' Home, where he met Antonio Olivari and was also a vocalist with the Maltese choir Voices.

Justin Galea performing live in Marsascala, flanked by guitarist Antonio Olivari and cajonist Francesco Sultana

In 2010 he graduated with a BSc (Hons) in IT from the Communications & Computer Systems Engineering Department at the University of Malta.

On Saturday 4 December 2010, he performed on a number of songs in L-Għanja tal-Poplu 2010. His song L-Għanja tal-Għażżien, co-written with Danjeli and Antonio Olivari's Bażar both appeared on the 238th Mużika Mod Ieħor podcast on Saturday 11 December 2010. Galea has the potential to increase his repertoire of songs in Maltese, that already includes Bażar, Issa Tard Wisq, Isbaħ Jum, Matteu Callus and Attent.

See also

Category:Justin Galea Photos

A Voice For All Season (Michael Bugeja - The Sunday Times of Malta 21 Aug 2011)

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