We had a blast playing Wildwood Revival in Athens, GA.
Do yourself a favor and don’t miss it next time it rolls around!
Check out some of the great festival photos by Nicole Kibbert
You can also view the entire Defibs photo album and more of Nicole’s shots on Flikr
We’re honored to play one of the best fests in the country for the first time! The incredible lineup will include Pokey LaFarge, Langhorne Slim, Shinyribs, The Mavericks, Sam Bush, Lost Bayou Ramblers, Chuck Prophet & a heap more. Held at the Salt Lick in Driftwood, TX | April 16-19 2015
We’re thrilled to return to the annual Kentucky Derby Day party at Eleven Madison Park. We’ll join The Crooners and Brain Cloud for the best derby party anywhere outside of Churchill Downs.
Our annual sxsw day-party held at Licha’s Cantina in Austin, TX.
Curated by the Defibulators and Daniel Roark.
View the official website for more details: BrooklynCountryCantina.com
Listen to our 5-track session for Daytrotter; recorded straight to tape in one take at their Rock Island, IL studios. Our recording of Pay For That Money also made it onto Daytrotter’s Best Songs of 2014 Playlist.
Do yourself a solid and subscribe to Daytrotter for access to their historic library of thousands of unique sessions at DAYTROTTER.com Nobody […]
Watch our deliriously fun Audiotree session in Chicago from our ‘Hot Snow’ tour through the Midwest. Download it and save it to your spancy face device! (….I meant fancy space device).
On Sept 24, 2014 we performed The Kinks 1971 album Muswell Hillbillies, live in its entirety at The Bell House in Brooklyn, featuring guest musicians Miss Tess, Thomas Bryan Eaton, Matt Meyers, David Melton, John Foti, and members of The Dustbowl Revival, who shared the bill with us that night.
If you don’t know this underrated […]
We are exited to announce the printing of The Defibulators Songbook by Mel Bay Publications! The 116 page book includes songs from Corn Money as well as 6 songs from our upcoming album. It also includes lead guitar tablature, fiddle transcriptions, photos, illustrations, and a bizarre DIY section called Metalbelly’s Woodshed.
It’s been an honor to collaborate […]
THE 5 BEST THINGS AT THIS TRUCKSTOP
More VINES from the road…
WVU Creative Arts Center
Morgantown, WV – 11/10/13
We made our Mountain Stage debut with a killer lineup featuring Deer Tick, Ed Kowalczyk (of LIVE), and Luray.
The Show will air on NPR stations across the country in March 2014.
Portraits by Teddy Telles
Song by The Defibulators
“EVERYBODY’S GOT A BANJO: Instrument of the Everybilly“ is a series of portraits taken August 28th in a photo booth at The Defibulators’ Debt’ll Get’em Album Release Party at Brooklyn Bowl. Fans stormed the live “Everybody’s Got A Banjo” photo booth over a period of 4 hours where […]
We’ve got nothing but love for the banjo. So does all of America.
Wrote a song about it. Like to hear it? Here it goes!
Read the post on MOKB and listen to the track
“Get Yer Papers” song premiere and interview on CMT Edge
We had a blast playing Rivera Court at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
This was one of the most psychedelic rooms we’ve ever played, both visually and acoustically.
Thanks to Rudy, the crew, and all our D-Town friends for hanging out that night with us, Diego Rivera and Henry Ford’s workforce.
Rivera Court at Detroit Institute of Arts
Hilarious words on the new album from Baron Lane over at TWANG NATION.
Read the full post.
Brooklyn Vegan posts a track from the new album, the Cackalacky music video, and summer tour dates.
The Gothamist digs into the country music scene in NYC with an interview with Brooklyn songstress Michaela Anne.
Features a shortlist of NYC Country bars/venues and a shout out to The Defibs.
FINDING NASHVILLE IN NEW YORK CITY
Happy to be returning from another great southern tour and playing a homecoming show at
Hill Country Live, a helluva honky-tonk on a quaint little Dutch island called Manhattan.
NEW YORK CITY
HILL COUNTRY LIVE
30 West 26th Street NYC
Listen to the first single from the new album!
on March 7th, CACKALACKY will be released as a 7″ with Pay For That Money as the B side. Available online & on our upcoming tour.