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Your community is a ghost town when…


The fifth of these satirical postings –  you know your community is a ghost town when… Nobody is reading this. “Thing” waves hello as you arrive and goodbye as you depart. No one leaves town, they only depart. No one, … Continue reading

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Elliot Street Lunatic scorches the Festival of the Sun


Elliot Street Lunatic put on a scorching performance at Lansing Old Town’s “Festival of the Sun” last night. The hour-long set included many of their own songs from their two album releases Ghost Town Lullabies and Stories from the Void, a … Continue reading

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Elliot Street Lunatic blows the lid off The Loft


I went to see Elliot Street Lunatic (ESL) play at The Loft in downtown Lansing last night and they just absolutely killed it. What a great show!  Anyone who has read this blog knows that I think their recent release, … Continue reading

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Hitting it big close to home – “Ghost Town Lullabies”


Greater Lansing has an amazing music scene, but you seldom hear about it outside a 100 mile radius or so from the State Capital. Probably the best known band to hail from this area is The Verve Pipe, with its … Continue reading

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