Cable Network

Mitch Gettman, Dear Neighbor
Fri Jul 12
Doors: 7:00 PM /  Show: 8:00 PM

All Ages*
Front Room

$5 ADV / $10 DOS

Doors at 7:00pm
Front Room
$5 Advance/$10 Day of Show

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All ages show. Check entry requirements at https://theslowdown.com/All-Ages and https://www.theslowdown.com/covid-19/

About Cable Network
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Cable Network is a rock ’n roll band from Omaha, Nebraska. Their debut, self-titled EP was released in December 2020. Their second record, Cable Network II, was released in January 2022. The band is currently working on their third album.

Cable Network is composed of Charlie Ames (vocals, keys), Braden Larsen (guitar), Ben Rickers (bass), Charlie Encell (vocals, guitar), Jordan Opeary (vocals, percussion), and Pat Stutzman (drums.)

About Mitch Gettman
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Mitch Gettman is an Omaha-based musician and songwriter who has captivated audiences with his heartfelt lyrics and soulful melodies since 2010. With influences ranging from folk to funk and soul to shoegaze, his eclectic sound resonates with listeners on a deep and personal level. His fifth and latest album Tilde is a culmination of the musician’s efforts thus far; a genre spanning assortment of 20 tracks, all unified by Gettman’s convicting vocals and sonic vision. Arriving 5 years after the songwriter’s last album Some Purgatory, Tilde is an epic tour-de-force that contains a little something for everyone and is well worth the wait.

About Dear Neighbor
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They are back at it and ready to hit Omaha harder then ever with new music coming out in early 2020! Dear Neighbor is an Alternative Rock band with Indie roots. From heavy rock choruses to ambient verses. They get their influences from Balance And Composure, Manchester Orchestra, Circa Survive, and many more. They have been hitting their hometown, Omaha, NE since 2017 opening up for bands such as Emarosa, As Cities Burn, Ghost Atlas, Basement, etc. Dear Neighbor’s captivating, emotional performance will send the audience right in the feels.