The Glorious Sons

93.3 KTCL Presents

The Glorious Sons

One Flew West, Birch Street, BBQ Opens at 5pm!

Thursday, 3/22

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

$9.33 - $14.00

This event is 16 and over

All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show. Come hungry! Check out Globe Hall’s award winning BBQ!

The Glorious Sons
The Glorious Sons
The Glorious Sons' second full-length album, Young Beauties & Fools, is all about honesty.

More specifically, it's about exploring the adventures (and frequent misadventures) of main songwriter Brett Emmons in the truest way. It's also an album where The Glorious Sons — rounded out by Brett’s older brother Jay Emmons (guitar), Chris Koster (guitar), Adam Paquette (drums) and Chris Huot (bass) — capture all the listlessness and confusion of young adulthood in 10 doses of modern rock.

"It's basically the story of a 24-year-old kid,” says Brett. “They’re simple songs about alcoholism and the mostly autobiographical story of my life. The whole thing is derived from the thoughts, actions and feelings of a kid who doesn't really know himself and the consequences of those actions."

Glorious Sons’ hardscrabble tales come naturally. A high-spirited rock band with blue collar roots, they truly found themselves when Brett quit school in 2013 to join them as lead singer. Subsequent years of hard touring and hard partying — sometimes in places so sketchy, as Brett puts it, “There was no electricity in the building” — provided fuel for the songs on Young Beauties & Fools.

“It’s me writing about the things I’ve done, the things that have happened to me and my family, and the things that I think about,” says Brett.

Whether it’s the rock 'n' roll bender “My Poor Heart,” the not-so-classic boy-meets-girl story of “Josie,” or the deeply embarrassing punch-up at a wedding tale “Everything Is Alright,” Brett’s songwriting deftly explores the imperfect humanity of both himself and the many characters he introduces over the course of the album.

It wasn’t easy to capture that realness. The band wanted to range further, to grow and evolve from the successes of 2014’s The Union album. That record was an immediate hit on the Canadian radio rock landscape. Glorious Sons scored seven consecutive Top 10 rock radio tracks, won two SiriusXM Indie Awards (Group of the Year and Rock Group of the Year) and received a Juno Award nomination in 2015 for Rock Album of the Year.

Eighteen months of recording fits and starts led the band to Los Angeles to work with production team Fast Friends (Frederik Thaae, Ryan Spraker, Tom Peyton). It wasn’t until they started exploring a collection of old voice memos on Brett’s phone that they had their eureka moment. The subsequent creative outburst resulted in an album written in 12 days and recorded in 14.

“It was our first time working with these guys in the studio and we were still kinda feeling each other out,” says Brett. “There were times when it almost felt like a blind date. And we had been in the studio with a couple of other producers prior to that and went home empty handed. So after a few lukewarm conversations about ideas, I said to them, ‘Boys, can I show you something?’ I took out my iPhone and played ‘Josie’ and they just went fucking nuts. They wanted us to challenge ourselves as players and songwriters and pushed me to write from personal experience. After that, the hardest part of recording was choosing which songs to keep for the album. I’m forever grateful to them for teaching me to trust myself as a writer and help find that voice.”

There should be lots of opportunities to see Glorious Sons play the songs from Young Beauties & Fools. By their count the band has driven across Canada "at least 10 times" and played upwards of 300 shows to support their last album.

"You don't know what you’re going to get night to night from us," says Jay. "It's something you have to see and it's interesting and powerful."

"It's also an inch from either side of falling off the tracks every single night," adds Brett.

Which is perfectly fitting for a band living young and foolish.
One Flew West
One Flew West
One Flew West formed in Longmont, Colorado in 2014. They garnered immediate attention with their first single, “Kind of Love,” which placed in the Top 3 for KTCL’s Hometown for the Holidays. Since then, their brand of pop rock with punk personality has earned them a place among Denver’s most popular up-and-coming bands. CBS has named OFW a “Band to Watch," and the band won the "Crowd Favorite" award at the 2018 Hometown for the Holidays.

In 2018, OFW’s newest single “Semi Kinda Right” was featured in multiple major Spotify playlists, including Pop Punk’s Not Dead, The Scene, New Punk Tracks, and Discover Weekly. They were also an artist on the final Vans Warped Tour.

Notable acts that OFW has performed with include Descendents, Plain White T’s, Dirty Heads, Highly Suspect, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, The Wombats, Passion Pit, As It Is, Don Broco, Cold War Kids, Save Ferris, Saint Motel, Skinny Lister, The Ataris, Judah & The Lion, The Spill Canvas, The Unlikely Candidates, Will Varley, and more.
Birch Street
Birch Street
Birch Street has quickly become one of Country/Rock’s more celebrated up-and-coming acts, and are poised to follow in the footsteps of the many recent acts to take their talents to a National audience. But behind their rapid ascent lies a tight-knit quartet of long time friends with their own unique flavor of Rock and Roll blended with Blues and Country. Though the final product is an balanced blend of Country and Rock, it is the individual influences of each member that gives Birch Street a universal appeal to audiences with elements of Country, Pop, and Classic Rock, being found in their songs. Their meaningful lyrics and musicianship evoke and transform the traditions of these genres in such a way that is celebrated by traditionalists and modern appreciators alike.

Birch Street has roots not unlike most bands: a few high school friends, a few Craigslist ads, a referral or two…but the band maintains that it is not how they came together, but what they’ve done and continue to do together that matters. In just over 2 years, the band has gone from opening local showcases to National touring and headlining some of their hometown of Denver’s best venues, most notably selling out AEG Live’s Bluebird Theater. These successes have led the band to share the stage in Colorado with such acts as Charlie Daniels’ Band, J Roddy Walston & The Business, The Delta Saints, JB & The Moonshine Band, Cody Jinks, and Zach Deptuty: a diverse group of successful acts that demonstrates Birch Street’s universal appeal.

In early 2015, Birch Street entered the studio to record what would be their most ambitious undertaking yet: a 5-song EP with an additional single to showcase the band’s maturation since their last recording. With a projected release for early 2016, Birch Street has their sights on improving upon their already impressive 2015 tour schedule (projected 125 shows) with Nationwide touring to support the release.
BBQ Opens at 5pm!
Small Batch Oak Smoked Pulled Pork, Beef Brisket, Turkey Breast. Sandwiches, Tacos, Nachos 1/4lb Veggie Burgers, Mac-N-Cheese, Citrus Slaw and Potato Salad.

*Grab a sampler Platter and try it all!*
Venue Information:
Globe Hall
4483 Logan Street
Denver, CO, 80216