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Lost Jon & The Ghosts

Posted on 24th January, by abilancini in Music Bios. No Comments

Venue: BRITE Stage
Performance Time: 8:00pm

Hometown: Cleveland, OH

Listen to Lost Jon & The Ghosts:

Dreamy, folk inspired music from the cold shores of Lake Erie, Lost Jon and the Ghosts are an ever expanding and evolving collection of musicians centered around songwriter Jon Meador and core members Max Stern and David Rivera. Like many groups currently growing in Cleveland, Lost Jon & The Ghosts met through playing music in previous projects together. Jon Meador had been writing songs for a yet to be named solo project for months when he went to and old friend, Max Stern, to try out a couple new things. He played “The question” for him. Max really liked it. A couple of weeks later Dave Rivera and Jon were practicing some originals and covers for an acoustic gig and decided Max would be a great fit in contributing to the arrangements. They got together and cut their teeth in basements, living rooms, and bars throughout Northeast Ohio, gathering a modest following through their raw and intense brand of live show. The songs and the group have continued to grow and evolve with more members contributing thoughts into this dreamy, poetic, modern American folk music.

Brite Winter 2013 Festival will mark their second year performing at the festival.

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