"I'm really impressed. She puts herself out there."—Sheralyn Ganz, 107.1 radio
Ann Arbor's Lucciana Costa has been all over in the last year, with shows in New York and at L.A.'s Genghis Cohen, among others. Now, this independent recording artist and hometown girl is excited about coming back with new music to the venue that inspired her to become a performing musician. Says Rob Reinhart of radio's internationally syndicated "Acoustic Café: "Put together Regina Spektor, Ben Folds, and Harry Nilsson, and you'll get a sense of Lucciana Costa's 'Last Chance for a Pony.' Not bad for a debut, eh?" Lucciana has been developing her unique musical style since she was a 12-year-old who gigged by night and attended Forsythe Middle School by day. At 20, she released her first album and rolled out her high-energy live show at The Ark. Tonight's show marks the release of Lucciana's new album, "Structurally Sound."