Native Station w/ Glass Cases and Goodnight Freeman

Doors: 7:00 // Show: 8:00
Presale: $7 // Day of Show: $10


Colorado-based and comprising of five members: Greg (vocals/guitar), Thomas (lead guitar/vocals), Blair (keyboards/vocals), Brett (bass) and Casey (Drums), the quintet crafts music that is both pleasing to listen to and difficult to categorize, being placed in the general sphere of Alternative Rock.

Often compared to Counting Crows, Incubus, and early Panic! at the Disco, Native Station's intricate blend of contrapuntal instrumentation over distorted guitars, a driving backdrop of drums, and memorable pop melodies bring a live show laced with energy.

In June of 2017, the band self-recorded and released a 17-track Mixtape, "shifty.SHIFTY {The Harvest Sessions}." Vibrant, electrifying, soulful, and comprised mostly of material played live in 2016, the mixtape embellishes on full orchestrations of the live band arrangements. After playing notable North Colorado venues such as The Aggie Theatre, Dickens Opera House, Larimer Lounge, and Lost Lake, Native Station released their first and second singles "The Happening," and "Lightframe/Tall Tales."

The band continues to create new music and are constantly redefining their Alternative Rock sound to a more concise, pop-oriented direction for the 2019 year.

All long-time musicians and songwriters, the members of Glass Cases began creating music as a group in 2016, resulting in their 16-track debut album (released September 2017). The self-titled album has an overall darker sound, but it is balanced with softer and happier melodies. Glass Cases formed with the idea that emotions and thoughts could be instilled in songs, much like the concept of "glass cases" in the novel The Catcher in the Rye.
The song styles are mostly of two types: ukulele and bass driven, and guitar driven (both with supporting piano and synth). They combine the soulful elements of Americana artists such as The Lumineers and The Avett Brothers with the darker and heavier elements found in alternative bands like Twenty One Pilots and The Airborne Toxic Event. They are continually creating music and refining their best sound, and will record their second album throughout 2018.

The debut album is dedicated to Henry Rodriguez, may he rest in peace.

Founded by brothers Chad Hadersbeck and Joe Schliewe, their first album was written and tested at open mics in the Deep Ellum area of Dallas, TX. Every Tuesday night, they got together with talented musicians and shared drinks, laughs and music. It was always a good night at the Free Man Cajun Cafe. Hence the name, Goodnight Freeman. Eventually the mountains called their name and the boys packed up and moved to Denver, CO.

Goodnight Freeman’s sound blends instrument, dynamic and tempo changes brought together with thoughtful melodies and crisp 3-part harmonies. They are inspired by the album curation (or lack thereof) of The Beatles - if they like it, they play it, they record it. They’ve jammed to the swells of The Dave Matthews Band so many times that it must have permeated their musical conscience. The Local Natives’ driving beats and melody lines are an indie influence, rounding out the wide-ranging Goodnight Freeman sound.