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June 21, 2013

Sonic Lunch // Family of the Year [Social Review]

Family of the Year

Yesterday, Bank of Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch free summer concert series was a full-on family affair. Hailing from Los Angeles, Family of the Year rocked Liberty Plaza with songs from their full-length album Loma Vista (2012), as well as from their two EPs.

Every Thursday, all summer long, I will be covering Sonic Lunch for iSPY Magazine. Follow me and iSPY Magazine:

Here is the social media recap from today’s show:

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Jenn Sibert
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