Rufina Taproom presents:

Red Light Cameras / Bill Palmer's TV Killers / Ten Ten Division

March 4, 2018 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm
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Time: 8:30pm     Day: Sunday     Doors: 8:00pm     Ages: All Ages     Price: $8
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Rufina Taproom presents:
Red Light Cameras, Bill Palmer's TV Killers & Ten Ten Division
Red Light Cameras
Formed in Albuquerque, NM, Red Light Cameras plays a mix of soulful rock and garage pop. The group has been playing since 2010, supporting such acts at Dum Dum Girls, Said the Whale, and Girl in a Coma. Their debut, self-titled album was recorded at ¿Que? Studio in Albuquerque and released in October 2011, garnering them Local iQ's Best Band in Albuquerque. 

Red Light Cameras released its follow-up EP “For Those Who Favor Fire” this November, which garnered them a New Mexico Music Award for Best Pop Album of 2013 and a repeat Best Band award from the Local iQ. The band's infectious hooks and bouncing beats are destined to have you on the dance floor, and their high energy performance is sure to keep you coming back for more.
Bill Palmer's TV Killers
Combining rough and tumble rock stylings with melodic country sensibilities, Bill Palmer’s TV Killers is one of the most formidable songwriter-based rock bands on the planet. They could be likened stylistically to Tom Petty, Ryan Adams or Neil Young, but with the lush vocal harmonies of Palmer and bassist Stephanie Hatfield, the sound is all their own. Their new album ‘So You Might See Me’ recently won Album of the Year at the South West Indy Music Awards.
Ten Ten Division

Fronted by powerhouse vocalist/guitarist and Minneapolis native Vonnie Kyle, Ten Ten Division was formed in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2017. After releasing her first two EPs, "Run Run" and "Cold and Bitter Girl" as a solo artist in her native state, Kyle relocated her life to the warmer climates of Santa Fe, where she found a home amongst a flourishing community of artists and musicians. After pulling together a trusted group of cohorts- David Badstubner on drums, Mark Williams on bass, Dylan Blanchard on keys, and Daniel Mench-Thurlow on lead guitar- Kyle and her newfound gaggle of rockstars together crafted a sound that blends all of the delicious vibes of both folk-rock and garage-pop. With influences that pull from the likes of Brandi Carlile, Jenny Lewis, No Doubt and the Killers, Ten Ten Division prides themselves on being the "Frankenstein's Monster" of bands, offering up a little something for anyone who loves fun, catchy music.