October 03, 2016

This Is Why I Love Music

By Miles Clyatt

On December 15, 2006, a police officer in upstate New York stopped a car that had been swerving erratically across the road.  The driver was identified as Ernest J. Anastasio, better known as “Trey”, the guitar player and frontman of the once mighty Phish.  Following their 2004 farewell festival at Coventry, VT that hosted 65,000 fans (45,000 of which had to hike miles to the stage after ditching their cars due to extreme weather conditions), Phish was forced break up because of Trey’s ongoing problems with drug and alcohol addiction.  

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April 12, 2016

Meet Miles Clyatt

By Miles Clyatt

Born and raised in Rye, New York, Miles is a Classics major and an English minor in his junior year at Boston College. His robust, powerful, and funky drumming is the driving force behind Juice's upbeat sound.

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April 09, 2016

Meet Christian Rougeau

By Christian Rougeau

Christian is Juice's rapper/violinist. A tall, energetic presence on stage, he's said that interacting with crowds and feeling the life in a room is his favorite experience as a musician. Born in the Chicago area, and raised in South Bend, Indiana, Christian is currently a sociology major at Boston College and a violin performance major at Berklee College of Music. 

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