Rufina Taproom Presents

Brother Dege & The Palm in The Cypress

Time: 8:30pm     Day: Tuesday     Doors: 8:00pm     Ages: All Ages     Price: $7
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Rufina Taproom Presents:

Brother Dege & The Palm in The Cypress


Brother Dege

Brother Dege will tour the West Coast with his solo Delta-style shows as he prepares for the release of his highly anticipated fourth album Farmer's Almanac - a massive, sprawling, southern concept album teaming with otherworldly slide guitars, rural psych, barn burning anthems, and world-class songwriting that strives for the upper reaches of southern literary greats like Faulkner, Eudora Welty, Barry Hannah. The release of the album (June 2018) will coincide with European and American tours that kick off with a headlining showcase at SXSW 2018 at Austin's legendary Antone's.
Brother Degea nationally recognized slide guitarist and featured artist on the Django Unchained soundtrack. He is a musician and writer, born/raised in the swamplands of Louisiana. Like the possessed love child of Son House and Blind Willie Johnson, he plays a post-Americana style of Delta Blues filtered through roots music, rock & roll, and a bunch of other stuff. I will be routingBrother Dege through Santa Fe in July. He is available to play Second Street Brewery on the following dates:


The Palm in The Cypress


Let The Palm in The Cypress take you down the Mississippi watershed of music.  Listen as they tell tales of travelers on the Natchez trace, turn of the century rail cars, life on vanishing small farms, deals with the devil, and lost family treasures. With his  homemade oil can guitar, and his foot stomping out the rhythm on the suitcase kick, she rounds out the raw  blues energy with her beautiful echoing melodies out of the Appalachian mountains. Raw energy and life fuels their live shows, weaving tales out of the swamps and up into the hollers. No matter if you hear them play live in the hills of TN, the high desert of NM, or the beaches of Mexico the Cigar box guitar’s growl and the washboard’s rattle will lead you into a night of dancing in the juke joint.


Blending of the old time country music from the Appalachians and the blues from the delta they meet at the crossroads of the country blues.