Majestic Live Presents


Eagle Trace

Wed. August 2, 2017

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

$12 ADV // $14 DOS

This event is 18 and over

$3 under 21 surcharge collected at the door

A singer with a strong R&B influence, Cobi was eight years old when one of his parents’ friends showed him a few basic chords on the guitar. He eventually developed a passion for blues, R&B, and classic rock, and when he was in his teens, jumped from fandom to performing when he formed a blues band with friends. He went on to study at Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music, and in 2008, he teamed up with five other young musicians in Boston to form the group Gentlemen Hall.

Melding hooky pop melodies with polished harmonies, Gentlemen Hall quickly became one of the hottest acts on the Boston music scene. The group scored a record deal with Island/Def Jam, but in 2014, Cobi opted to leave to pursue a solo career and a different creative direction. (Roughly a year later, the group split up.) In 2015, Cobi released a self-titled four-song solo EP, and later the same year, he toured as a guest vocalist with the British electronic act Above and Beyond. In 2016, he dropped the solo single “Don’t You Cry for Me.”
Eagle Trace
Eagle Trace
Originating from New Berlin, Wis. Eagle Trace proves to be one of the most anticipated new artists out of the Midwest. With infectious, alternative rhythms, Eagle Trace is sure to leave you wanting more.

If the name is ringing a bell, you may have heard their single, Submarine Race, on Milwaukee's 102.1 fm, or maybe you saw them perform at Summerfest, Chill on the Hill, or the House of Blues in Chicago. Either way, the hard-hitting sound that Eagle Trace produces is sure to attract attention.

Eagle Trace is made up of the Borgardt brothers, Mitch – frontman and rhythm guitar, Max – guitar and backing vocals, Cass – drums, Jackson – Bass and friend Broderick Coning – guitar and backing vocals. The band was formed with the help of their mutual guitar teacher, Matt Miller in 2011. Miller helped the Borgardts find Coning to complete Eagle Trace.

Their debut EP, Scratch and Sniff was released in 2012, and since they have produced 3 more works and are set to release another in spring of 2014,

"Our goal is to keep writing as much music as we can. Play as many shows to as many people as we can" said bassist Jackson Borgardt.

Although they have only been playing their instruments for four years, Eagle Trace shows that they are passionate about music and a sophisticated in their songwriting. Members of the band continue to put there all into further learning their craft and putting on a great show.

"We try to give everyone the best live show we possibly can by throwing everything we have into it," continues Jackson.

Although the members of Eagle Trace are pursuing school, work or family life they all continue to take music lessons and focus on the band. Keep an ear out for their new album estimated to drop in spring of 2014, but in the mean time, Eagle Trace is available on iTunes and Spotify.
Venue Information:
The Frequency
121 W. Main Street
Madison, WI, 53703