Colony House

July 16

with special guest
Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers

Gates: 7 p.m. | Show: 8 p.m.
Ages: All ages
Tickets: $20/advance, $25 day of show
Presale: 10 a.m. Thursday, March 31
Public sale: 10 a.m. Friday, April 1
*All tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.

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Colony House

About Colony House

With their authentic approach to independent rock and roll, Nashville-born outfit Colony House has spent over a decade building their career on virtues that seem to seldom remain: honesty, accessibility, and family.

Even in the height of the digital age, there is a growing pressure among artists to keep a barrier of anonymity between themselves and their fans. Colony House has found a way to remove the “fourth wall” by consistently placing heart in front of ego. As a result, their art has remained fully tangible, yet equal amounts of musically and lyrically untouchable.

The Colony House catalog is as weighty and intelligent as it is light and approachable. Three studio albums invite the listener on a journey through stories of loss, grief, and heartbreak while welcoming them into the hope that comes on the other side. Their 2014 debut “When I Was Younger” included the instantly popular single “Silhouettes,” which became the #1 most played track on Sirius XM’s Alt Nation for four months straight. The band followed with their sophomore album “Only the Lonely,” whose title and demeanor pays tribute to the vintage sounds of Roy Orbison and the Beach Boys. The surf-rock hit “You Know It” reached mega-viral status on Tik Tok, and has vaulted to over [ __ ] million streams across all platforms after being featured as the soundtrack to Samsung Mobile’s nationwide ad campaign. The band has performed their songs for worldwide audiences with two appearances on both Late Night with Seth Meyers and CONAN, as well as the Today Show, VH1’s “Morning Buzz,” and MTV Live.

Finally, the band’s third effort “Leave What’s Lost Behind” was released in January of 2020, before a global pandemic would challenge listeners to do just that. The record speaks to the beautiful fragility of what it means to be human. Tracks such as “Looking For Some Light,” “Why Even Try,” and “The Hope Inside” remind us that, now more than ever, we truly are all in it together. The reminder that this life is too heavy to walk through alone continues to be the common thread that has invited so many into what is colloquially known as the "Colony House Family.”

In a world that feels more divided every day, Colony House has continued to unite fans under its banner of hope and light. No frills, no gimmicks. Just heart-level rock and roll music.

As Paste Magazine put it — “It’s one of the rare acts for which the music might really be enough.”

Joe Hertler and the Rainbow Seekers

About Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers

Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers will make a sprightly young groove doctor out of anyone. With spectacular energy pulsating from every member of the band, the Rainbow Seekers could illuminate the very chambers of Heaven. Lead singer Joe Hertler splashes through lyrical puddles of golden rain, leaving his audience wearing flowery crowns and bubbling smiles. A ride on the Rainbow will take you across the mountains of Motown, through the fjords of folk, over the archipelagos of Americana, and-at last-into a funky firth, where only the fiercest of friendships can be found.

The Rainbow Seekers began their historic quest 8 years ago, revolving around the pure, unadulterated songwriting of their fearless leader, Joe Hertler. Ryan Hoger was the first among the Seekers to find this lonely songsmith and recognize the twinkling magic in his beard.  The young boy gave up all his earthly possessions (besides his guitar, of course) and became the first disciple of the Rainbow. With this, the core of the Rainbow was thereby established, and it didn’t take long for the Rainbow Seekers to continue their expansion. Multi-instrumentalist and notable auxiliary percussion maestro Micah Bracken journeyed from the bowels of Atlantis when he heard tell of the Rainbow, and the earth trembled as saxophonist and all-around badass Aaron Stinson descended from Olympus on a golden rainbow of his own. Then came thunder from the depths of space and as it picked up the bass, a soft exhale escaped the lips of every princess within a hundred moons, “Bambis,” they cooed. All the while, on the other ends of the earth, a young boy was hard at work, honing and sharpening his sticks for the day that the Rainbow would come his way, and when it landed at his door, Ryan McMahon climbed aboard. 

Since the early days, their quest has brought them across the nation and upon such noble gatherings as Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, and Summer Camp. As you'll know if you've seen the band, seeking the proverbial Rainbow is all about the live performance. "The live show is the purpose of the band. This is why we make music. Playing music is a symbiotic process, the crowd is as much a part of it as the musicians. We give as much energy and love as we can and we can feel that coming from the crowd as well" says Hertler. "We believe that performance is not a High Art operation, and that you should do anything you can to ensure that the crowd is having a good time. From piñatas to confetti, to fog, to flowers, to drum solos, to strobe lights, to Thor, to sword battles-literally anything goes.” 

If you're still reading this, at least one thing is true: The Rainbow Seekers have been waiting for you. If you'll only let them, they will shake the dust from your wildest expectations. They will roar into your life with rapturous frequencies, exuberant tone, and a joyfulness of purpose that has truly become a rare sight on stage. Join them in their celebration, and they will take you on a never-ending journey to a place you'll never be able to describe in words.