A Jukebox The Ghost tour stop is coming to your town. Are you going to attend or are you going to stay home? Of course, you’re going to attend the Jukebox The Ghost concert! You don’t want to miss one of indie rock’s best live bands.
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What Genre Is Jukebox The Ghost?
Jukebox The Ghost is often described as either an indie pop or an indie rock band. They’ve also been described as piano pop or piano rock.
Regardless of what genre you label them, Jukebox The Ghost mixes offbeat lyrics with well-written pop songs and rock beats. They’re obviously inspired by Elvis Costello and They Might Be Giants.
Who Is Jukebox The Ghost?
Jukebox the Ghost is comprised of pianist Ben Thornewill, guitarist Tommy Siegel, and drummer Jesse Kristin. Both Thornewill and Siegel sing.
The trio met in 2003. For two years, they performed under the name “Sunday Mail.” Jukebox The Ghost released their first LP, Let Live and Let Ghosts, in 2008.
During the making of Let Live and Let Ghosts, Kristin suffered a terrible case of tendonitis.
How Did Jukebox The Ghost Get Its Name?
Jukebox The Ghost owes their name to Captain Beefheart, Nabokov, and democracy.
“Jukebox” comes from a Captain Beefheart song while “ghost” was inspired by a Vladimir Nabokov novel. Both words were picked democratically by the band.
Where Is Jukebox The Ghost From?
Jukebox The Ghost is based in the Washington, D.C. metro area. They formed while attending George Washington University.