Jukebox The Ghost On World Cafe : World Cafe The D.C. band plays briskly catchy, piano-based pop songs from its self-titled fourth record.

Jukebox The Ghost On World Cafe

Jukebox The Ghost On World Cafe

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Vocalist and pianist Ben Thornewill, singer-guitarist Tommy Siegel and drummer Jesse Kristin met at George Washington University in 2003, then formed Jukebox The Ghost three years later. The D.C. pop band's self-titled fourth album comes out this week. In this interview and performance for World Cafe, Jukebox The Ghost tells guest host Michaela Majoun about placing piano in the foreground of its music, and explains how competition has been good for its songwriting.

Jukebox The Ghost On World Cafe

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  • The Great Unknown

  • Made For Ending

  • Postcard

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