Photos & Review: Jukebox The Ghost rock the Great American Music Hall

Jukebox The Ghost (photo: Ria Burman) Photos and words by Ria Burman The feel-good, go-get-'em, piano-poignant Jukebox The Ghost headlined the Great American Music Hall on Thursday, February 10, 2016, with earthquake-shaking support from San Francisco's own The Family Crest. The show opened with almighty vocals from Liam McCormick of The Family Crest. I'm talking endurance-driven, obstacle-overcoming, climb-struggling and release-atop-a-mountain kind of high-note hit-wailing, setting the scene for some downright empowering music. Jukebox followed with a college-kid crowd, jam-packed at the front all ready to sing, sway, and dance to the highly contagious, catchy, melodic, sweet beats delivered with gusto. Midway through the [...]

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Review & Photos: Jukebox the Ghost, Matt Pond, Lighthouse and the Whaler, French Cassettes (sort of) (Noise Pop 2013)

Three surprises awaited us on Saturday night at the Rickshaw for Noise Pop 2013. First, there was a line wrapped around the block by the time doors were slated to open. Second, the show started promptly ten minutes after doors opened (a rare thing for any concert). And third, the originally-scheduled opening band was not actually who they were supposed to be. Confusing? Yes. French Cassettes were originally slated as the opening band for the evening. However, only three guys came on stage instead of four, and they introduced themselves as another band (the name of which I neglected to [...]

Notes from Outside Lands: Q&As with Two Gallants and Jukebox the Ghost

Two Gallants’ Adam Stephens is ready for what’s next When Two Gallants played the first Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in 2007, the played the local band stage. Last week, guitarist Adam Stephens and drummer Tyson Vogel were upgraded to the Land’s End main stage, directly before Beck. Stephens came up to the media tent to watch Beck and spent a few moments socializing. What are you looking forward to with the release of your record, The Bloom and the Blight, next month? “The way that I look at a record is it’s made in the past. We actually [...]

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