Jukebox The Ghost displayed talent and great music at this year’s Common Ground Festival.
The six day festival, taking place is Michigan state’s capital city of Lansing welcomed the native D.C. trio on Saturday July 12th.
The 6:30 PM start of the band’s set was nestled comfortably between evening and night, allowing enough natural light to illuminate the band’s entire exuberant performance.
Despite some wind, and an almost runaway tarp around the drum kit, Jukebox played on without a hitch, getting the crowd clapping along, and die hard fans singing in unison.
The three lads played songs spanning their entire discography, including jams from their first album, “Let Live & Let Ghosts”, all the way to their latest colorful LP release of “Safe Travels”.
Common Ground will wrap up its festivities on Sunday in the Adado Riverfront Park in downtown Lansing.
For more information, you can visit commongroundfest.com.
Words and photos by: Tiffany Cuthrell
Jukebox The Ghost made a welcome tour stop Friday July 20th at Ann Arbor’s annual Art Fair.
The three piece piano rock band delighted fans and art enthusiasts alike with a thrilling set.
Pianist Ben Thornewill, guitarist Tommy Siegel, and drummer Jesse Kristin showed that they enjoyed every minute of putting on an epic show for the crowd, delivering a high energy set packed with enthusiasm and smiles abound.
Jukebox played music spanning from their earlier albums, to their most recent LP release, “Safe Travels”, which came out on June 5th of this year.
The Ann Arbor Art Fair was home to a delicious variety of food, served from both tents, and local establishments. In addition to the obvious array of art, the festival offers a free Art Fair app, available through Apple’s iTunes store.
The festival is now in its 43rd year, and will wrap up on Sunday July 21st.
Review and photos by: Tiffany Cuthrell