A native of Western Virginia, folksinger Dick Justice blended both blues and folk patterns on his recordings from the past due ’20s. Given birth to Richard Justice in 1906, he used many black music artists as a youngsters and paid attention to blues information aswell. Justice recorded a complete of ten edges for Brunswick during 1929 (some like a duo with Reese Jarvis), including a edition of “Henry Lee” that later on gained addition on Harry Smith’s 1952 folksong collection Anthology of American Folk Music. Small is well known about the others of Justice’s existence, though he frequently worked well in the coal mines. A lot of his edges were compiled within the Record collection Old-Time Music from Western Virginia (1927-1929).