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One-on-One with Jukebox the Ghost

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Last week, Jukebox the Ghost played 1 of their 150 show’s on their latest tour at Turner Hall in Milwaukee. Originating from Boston, this trio formed a band during college and haven’t stop since. Over the last decade, Jukebox the Ghost, has played over 1,000 shows and released 4 albums. Their music is an eclectic sound of drums, guitar, and even classical piano. Leader singer and pianist, Ben Thornewill discussed how the bands sound has changed over the last ten years; and guitarist Tommy Siegel tells the secret behind still getting along after all these years. Check out the exclusive interview with the two of them conducted by Katelyn Stamas to get a profile of what makes Jukebox the Ghost a band to follow.

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Lily Wellen, General Manager

Lily Wellen is the general manager of Marquette Radio this year. She was born and raised in Rockton, Illinois. She is a senior at Marquette University...

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