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Justin Derrico

by Paul Cashmere on October 19, 2011

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Justin Derrico was that incredible guitarist on the Pink tour.

The native New Yorker was 15 when he picked up a guitar after hearing Jimmy Hendrix ‘Voodoo Child’. After moving to Los Angeles, he picked up gigs with VV Brown, Robin Thicke and Lil Wayne.

While touring with Thicke Justin received the call from Pink and for the next four years became her lead guitarist.

He has now released his own album ‘Boldly Going Nowhere’. He dropped into Noise11.com to perform for Noise11’s Sessions.

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