Roy Justice - Singing Historian - Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

(Chambersburg, PA, USA)

Roy Justice - Singing Historian

Roy Justice - Singing Historian

Hello! My name is Roy Justice and I'm a Singing Historian. I have been presenting fun and interactive programs (in which American historical topics are combined with folk music from the chosen time period) for over 30 years.

Some of my most requested program titles are: Patriotic Songs and Their Stories, Great Things about the Great Depression, The Songs of Stephen Foster, The Irish in America, Women in American History, American Folk Tales and Legends, and Christmas and Holiday Traditions.

I update my programs regularly and I enjoy working on new program topics! A few that I am excited about are: The Songs of Appalachia, Pirates – Songs and Stories, and The Railroads of America!

In addition to being an experienced children's storyteller (using puppets, music, and lots of imagination) I have been doing 'memory therapy' programs for retirement communities for over 10 years.

My storytelling/program offerings are age/family/language appropriate. I don't tell intense 'scary' stories. Among the stories that I tell in my chidren's/family programs are: AbiYoYo, my version of little Red Riding Hood (this wolf's favorite food is strawberry pancakes), and originals (Mary's Dime).

If you would like to learn more about what I do and hear clips of some of the songs that I sing, please visit my website at and, please, contact me with any questions that you may have. Thank you!

Roy Justice - Singing Historian

A little mystery, a little history, and a lot of fun!

Contact information:
Roy Justice - Singing Historian
717 264-0864
717 860-5554

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