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03/20/2010 - I Am Ghost's cd release party.
by:
D.B. Ketting



Saturday, March 20, 2010.
Galaxy Concert Theatre in Santa Ana, Ca.
Live From "OC", CD Release Party for I Am Ghost.


I Am Ghost is Steve Juliano (Vocals), Timoteo Rosales III (Guitar), Ron Ficarro (Bass), Justin McCarthy (Drums) and Chad Kulengosky (Guitar). They are a dark rock band from Long Beach, California. Founded by Steven Juliano in 2004. They are signed to Epitaph Records.

It is hard to confine I Am Ghost to one genre of music because they play a mixture of metal, goth-rock, punk, melodic-hardcore, screamo, and even on occasion pop. Though it is often the provocative yet dark lyrics that attract people to their music.

The line-up was Shotgon City, Alevela, Modern Day Escape, Franki Doll & The Broken Toys and with I Am Ghost headlining. The show as a whole was great.The bands that I enjoyed the most were Alevela, Modern Day Escape, and I Am Ghost. All three bands had excellent music, enjoyable lyrics and great stage presence. I look forward to seeing what they have in store for us.

I Am Ghost shared their final song was with the members from Modern Day Escape. The last song really riled up the crowd and provided many photo opportunities for their fans.

I Am Ghost are set to embark on a full USA headlining tour along with detours to Europe, Japan and Australia in 2010.


Look for more photos in the next issue.

I Am Ghost | Modern Day Escape | Alevela | Shotgon City | Franki Doll & The Broken Toys





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