Producer/Songwriter/Multi-Instrumentalist Justin Glasco spent the first 6 years of his career immersed in the creative scene in the Music City. It was those formative years in Nashville that offered many opportunities for Glasco to explore the diverse musical terrain. Entrenched in the CCM and singer/songwriter scenes as an in-demand session player and live musician, Glasco segued deftly into songwriting and production. Always seeking new inspiration and the challenge of a new venture, he relocated to Los Angeles in 2008 where he immediately found a home producing records and composing music for film and television.
Justin continues to be the trusted producer behind many of the best songwriters and artists that LA has to offer including Cary Brothers, Gary Jules, Dan Wilson, Adrianne Gonzalez (The Rescues,) Garrison Starr, Tyler Hilton and the indie rock collaborative 'The Roof Beam Carpenters.'
In 2011, Glasco produced the Cary Brothers single "Free Like You Make Me" which found a home in both the CW's One Tree Hill and Vampire Diaries. That same year brought the opportunity for Glasco to produce songwriter long-time friend Garrison Starr's record "Amateur" which continues to be a fan favorite. He has also worked with comedians Margaret Cho and Bo Burnham. His collaboration with Bo led to the opportunity to perform and produce the music for the entire first season of the MTV scripted comedy "Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous".
As a writer, he has recently been working on new music with Canada's Juno-winning Artist and Songwriter of the Year (2014) Serena Ryder, Meiko, Joshua Radin, Cary Brothers and Peter Katz among others.
As an instrumentalist, Glasco has lent his skills to such releases as Christina Perri's "A Thousand Years" (4x platinum) Avril Lavigne's recent, self-titled release and the new record from Tonic front man Emerson Hart. Recently he has been in the studio with Andrew Bird, Lindsey Stirling and Matt Berninger of the National.