We’re hitting the road again for a spring run down to the Lone Star State with a couple stops in OK & TN to boot! Roadblock is also debuting his first made-by-his-own-hands-custom tele this trip!
The Deep Ellum Big Folkin Festival 3 at The Prophet in Dallas, TX, April 17 & 18, 2015 featuring Penny & Sparrow, The O’s, The Defibulators….and many many more.
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
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Pictures taken by the public at the banjo booth at Chelsea Market, NYC
The 2014 Brooklyn Country Cantina was a holler and a half! Thank you to all the bands, sponsors, and our awesome host Licha’s Cantina for making a great event.
See pictures from the party at www.brooklyncountrycantina.com
Thanks also to Acoustic Guitar Magazine and Saving Country Music for hanging out that afternoon and including the event in their […]
DEBT’LL GET’EM has come home to roost.
She’s been a long time coming but she’s finally here.
We’re proud of her and we hope you like her too.
You can have her digitally anywhere on the web on August 27th.
But if you want to hold her in your arms, you gotta find us at a show.
THis is the 2day/night party we are throwing in Austin during South by Southwest. (Whew! We are looking forward to getting some sleep again someday.) Click on the flyer to see the stellar lineup, and RSVP on Facebook!
The Brooklyn Country Cantina is presented by Papi Tino’s, Danny Roark, and The Defibs. (copyright 2013)
Here is our schedule […]
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Psyched to be playing with our favorite Brooklyn honky-tonk band and our favorite Austin trashgrass band!
It’s New Jersey’s greatest rock n’ roll bowling alley.
Go already! Go now!
209 4th Ave
Asbury Park, NJ 07712
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Next Monday night, we’ll be playing in support of the release of the 7″ single ‘Obama’ by the band CORPORAL.
This unpredictable, post anti-folk band features our friend and drummer extraordinaire Ray Rizzo (Dawn Landes, Less The Band, Glen Hansard),
and actor Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire, Revolutionary Road). Here’s a couple recent articles about them on IFC.com […]
GANGSTAGRASS Album Release Party!
@ The Knitting Factory
361 Metropolitan Ave
(at Havemeyer St)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Defibs at 10:30
Hill Country Live Wildfire Benefit
presented by United Way & Bastrop City Council
NEW YORK MUSICIANS COME TOGETHER TO RAISE MONEY FOR WILDFIRE RELIEF
Shooter Jennings, Chip Taylor& John Platania, Dallas Wayne, Grayson Hugh, Laura Cantrell, The Defibulators, and other musicians, will lend their voices to raise money for the Bastrop, Texas fire victims […]
Thanks to the awesome crew and staff for welcoming us back to Music City Roots. Met some badass songwriters and pickers on the show as well, so check out all the bands we shared the night with!
And NYC’ers should come out to Hill Country this Thursday night to see MCR host Jim Lauderdale!
We’ll be there!
The official beginning of a 3 week perpetual tour hangover.
Live & Breathing
The Defibulators – GoGo Truck from Live & Breathing on Vimeo.
Friday night we shot a bunch of rooftop party scenes for a new MTV show I just Want My Pants Back.
The pilot will debut tonight after the VMA Awards. The episode we shot was the season finale and will air sometime next year.
You can watch the a trailer here
The Defibulators – Cornmoney from Live & Breathing on Vimeo.
While at the Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion last year, we had the pleasure of taping a few tunes for the new indie roots site Live and Breathing. Thes guys are totally awesome and do a hell of a job. Check out more of their videos […]
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Thanks to all the bands, sponsors, and crew who contributed to the 3rd Annual Brooklyn Country Cookout in Austin. The sunburn was well worth it. Here are some snapshots of the shindig:
Below are some pictures taken of our set (photos: Ross Murray)