Quarters for the Jukebox


Quarters for the Jukebox provides quick, relatable reviews for people who want new music, but don’t have time to look for it. The site sorts through weekly releases to highlight what people may or may not want to download.

Patrick Lunsford is the twentysomething Midwestern author of Quarters for the Jukebox. In this quarterlife, he’s paid for rent and food with freelance videography and photography, news and sports reporting, fiber-optic cable laying, coal shoveling, television production, biz-to-biz sales and a whole lot of writing. Patrick currently resides in St. Louis, working for an independent reputation management firm.


Feel free to pass on music I’ve missed, comments, criticisms, favorite recipes, etc.
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I noticed you’re page is lacking in the comment area. So I thought I’d write in order to stay any feelings of comment inadequacy. There is a mixed disc coming your way via your short friend I have taken to affectionately calling Red. I am digging your reviews like a man digs for worms in the wee hours of the morn when mist still covers the ground. They are nicely on point and I like the quick comps at the bottom, especially helpful for the attention deficient crowd. You’ve been Book Marked!

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hey jose gonzalez weds night at grahm chapel on wash u campus…. i may go ($10)thought you would be interested.

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Hi webmaster!

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