We will see you at noon today in Liberty Plaza for an amazing show from Frontier Ruckus!
On Thursday, June 16 at noon, Bank of Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch will feature Frontier Ruckus, the gifted roots-folk band from East Lansing. Featuring singer/songwriter Matthew Milia, banjo player David Winston Jones, harmony vocalist Anna Burch, and multi-instrumentalist Zachary Nichols, Frontier Ruckus has released four full-length album, the latest being 2014’s Sitcom Afterlife.
Moving easily between indie-rock and alternative-country, Frontier Ruckus has drawn widespread acclaim from respected music publications like Rolling Stone, Uncut, and Paste. Get ready for Americana music at its best when Frontier Ruckus takes the stage at noon on Thursday, June 16 as part of Bank of Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch. Martin Bandyke — ann arbor’s 107one
This week, Bank of Ann Arbor welcomes Frontier Ruckus back to the Sonic Lunch stage! The show will be held in Liberty Plaza, as usual, and will begin at noon. Ginger Deli will be on-site with lunch options available for purchase.
The weather for this week looks a little sketchy so please keep an eye on our Facebook, Twitter and this website for the most up-to-the-minute updates!
Hope to see you Thursday!
Tomorrow, June 9th, Laith Al-Saadi will take the Sonic Lunch stage for the 9th consecutive year and you do not want to miss out. As usual, the show will kickoff at noon but this week, we will be closing down Liberty Street between S. Fifth Ave. and S. Division.
Stop by for some incredible music! The Produce Station will be on-site with plenty of lunch options, available for purchase.
See you tomorrow!
Bank of Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch is proud to welcome home blues-rock guitarist Laith Al-Saadi at Liberty Plaza on Thursday, June 9!
In case you have been hiding under a rock for the last month or so, let me tell you just a bit about Laith’s incredible journey on NBC’s music competition program The Voice. Working well with coach/judge Adam Levine of Maroon 5 fame, Al-Saadi made it to the final four on season 10 of The Voice, playing flawless versions of classic songs such as The Letter, The Thrill Is Gone, White Room & With a Little Help From My Friends. Now the world knows what we have long known in Ann Arbor: Laith Al-Saadi is an absolutely brilliant musician!
Laith is the only Sonic Lunch artist to play during all nine seasons of the series, and we couldn’t be happier to welcome him back to his hometown of Ann Arbor for what promises to be one of the biggest concerts ever to happen at the corner of the Liberty and Division Streets. See you at noon on June 9. Martin Bandyke — ann arbor’s 107one