Gladhander is an American rock band that was formed by singer/guitarist Mitch Chamberlain and drummer Kasey Waite in Eugene, Oregon. Gladhander has had 3 different bass guitar players including Dustin LaRoche, Rick McFadden, and David Ghelfi, who labels himself the band's "third and final bassist".
The band became a local favorite in Eugene, releasing its debut album One Against Three for the independent record label DeMille Productions in 2008. Singles from the album are played on a regular basis on KNRQ, Eugene's local rock station.
In 2009, a music video for the song "Tooly" was produced and released to critical acclaim. Directed by Nicholas Lam and produced by Mike DeMille and Wilfred Driscoll, the video won awards at the Las Vegas Film Festival, Oregon Film Festival, and The Accolade Competition. Tooly was also an official selection at SENE Film, Music & Arts Festival, Paranoia Horror & Sci-fi Film Festival, Crystal Palace International Film Festival, and Shockfest Film Festival.