Globe Hall Presents


The Brevet, Corsicana, BBQ Opens at 6pm!

Friday, 2/2

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$15.00 - $54.00

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!

Named by Rolling Stone as one of the 10 “Artists You Need to Know,” Los Angeles-based MAGIC GIANT is igniting packed crowds at every stop of its nationwide tour. The trio, comprised of Austin Bisnow (lead vocals), Zambricki Li (banjo, violin, harmonica), and Zang (acoustic guitar, cello) released its debut album, In the Wind, this past May. The band’s initial single “Set on Fire” has already broke the Top 25 on Billboard’s US Alternative chart and they are currently launching their new single “Window.”

With an appearance on the Today Show as their “Artist of the Month,” the band has toured with artists such as The Revivalists and Mike Posner, and has played festivals ranging from Firefly in Delaware to WayHome in Toronto. DuJour dubbed Magic Giant “the most festive band in the festival circuit… quickly becoming a must-see with their buzzy energy and upbeat sound.”

Their debut album In The Wind (Washington Square/Razor & Tie) threads together a musical cartography of alternative, pop, and folk, including orchestral drums, banjo, harmonica, synths, strings, and horns. The album was recorded in their solar-powered mobile recording studio while they traveled throughout the US. Billboard claimed, “With a joyful live show the band is inspiring mass dance-alongs” and NPR said the band “…captures the energy and spirit of the past few waves of upbeat, passionate indie-folk.”
The Brevet
The Brevet, comprised of Aric Chase Damm
(vocals, guitar), Michael Jones (backing vocals,
piano), Ben Ross (bass), John Kingsley (guitar), and David Aguiar (backing vocals, drums),
is a young American band from sunny Southern
California. They have a mutual love for making
powerful music in their mobile home park studio
that hugs the 405 freeway. By combining Americana
rock, sweeping orchestral tracks, gang vocals,
unforgettable choruses and connective emotional
lyrics, The Brevet passionately spills their hearts
through cinematicsounds which has led to fans and
critics labeling them as one of the first in the ‘Epic
Americana’ genre.
Corsicana's influences are as diverse as they are intentional. Lyrically rich artists such as Sufjan Stevens
and The Antlers tend to inspire 20 year-old Ben Pisano's own literary approach to songwriting, while the
experimental and electronic tendencies of artists like Bon Iver and Radiohead inform the more subdued
instrumentals. Despite the somewhat minimal, guitar-driven sound, Pisano also draws from genres such
as R&B, soul, bossa nova, and hip hop to round out the production and arrangement of his music. The
band is closing out 2018 by releasing the first single, “Quandary,” from their second LP, Perennial, due
out January 18th 2019.

In the summer of 2014, high school sophomore Ben Pisano decided to start anew under the moniker
Corsicana. Named after a song by his favorite band, The Antlers, the project debuted at a festival just
south of Denver later that year. Pisano continued to make sporadic appearances at small venues such as
well-known DIY space 7th Circle, choosing to focus primarily on writing new material and to assemble a
home studio. In November, Corsicana’s debut EP, Discomposure, was completed and self-released. 2015
saw new opportunities emerge for the young talent, as Pisano began scoring various short films
including Venture Compass Pictures’ Autumn Colors. Corsicana saw a surge of local interest that
summer, and on July 25th Corsicana released their self-titled EP as a full band with a show at the
Mercury Cafe. With a renewed focus on their live show, the band worked to capture the attention of a
larger audience. 2016 began with a show at the storied Bluebird Theater, marking the biggest room that
the band had yet played. The year also saw the release of Corsicana’s first full length record, Haven, an
opening spot for NPR Tiny Desk contest winner Gaelynn Lea, local radio play, and a short tour through
Idaho, Washington, and Montana. With no intention of slowing down, 2017 saw Corsicana record their
first in-studio radio session with Colorado Public Radio’s OpenAir, play to a full room at the
Underground Music Showcase, open two Colorado dates for national act Hippo Campus, and finish out
the year opening for Devotchka at the Boulder Theater. With highlights such as opening for Wye Oak at
the Bluebird and the band’s first full tour of the Pacific Northwest, 2018 has been a year of steady
growth that is bound to propel the band in to a standout 2019.
BBQ Opens at 6pm!
Small Batch Oak Smoked Pulled Pork, Beef Brisket, Turkey Breast. Sandwiches, Tacos, 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