1978 – He was born on the 28th day of October this year in Columbus, Georgia.
1985 - After moving to Pennsylvania this year, he joined the Archdiocese of Philadelphia Boys Choir. Throughout his school years, he sang in school choirs.
1996 – He was the lead soloist in an award winning a Capella group named Midnight Voices until year 2000.
1999 – The group released an independent album in 1999 with proceeds benefiting a music scholarship fund at his alma mater Central Bucks East High School in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
2001 – As director/performer at the Riverside Haunted Woods in Bridgeton, Pennsylvania in this year, he directed over 50 actors in productions, wrote musical scores, performed, and helped build the 25 sets used.
2002- He rose to fame, as the first runner-up on the debut season of the television show “American Idol”.
2003 – His long delayed first project, the self-titled album Justin Guarini, eventually debuted nine months later in June this year.
2004 – He has been a national spokesperson for Support Music Education since this year.
2005 – He was part of a delegation, which met with Congress members, and later performed/emceed at a private gala concert for Congress, their families, and staff.
2006 – He received the NAMM "Music for Life" Award for his work in support of music education. He has also participated in raising funds for charities. He currently lives in Hollywood Hills, California.
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