3/15 Chattanooga, TN - Music Box Ziggy's (Dirty Streets & Pentagram only)
3/16 Nashville, TN - Little Harpeth Brewing
3/17 Atlanta, GA - The Earl
3/19 Dallas, TX - Gas Monkey
3/20 Austin, TX - Come & Take It Live
3/21 Houston, TX - Warehouse Live
3/22 Little Rock, AR - The Rev Room
3/24 New Orleans, LA - The Howlin Wolf
Grammy-nominated Brother Dege Legg (Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained) is one of the best-kept secrets in Louisiana; a musician, writer (Louisiana Press Award 2004, 2008), outsider artist, and heir to a long line of enigmatic characters birthed in slaughterhouse of the Deep South. It’s a been a wild ride for this boy. Like the mad love child of Son House and William Faulkner, Legg has burned a colorful trail through the Promised Land, working odd jobs (dishwasher, day laborer, cabdriver, embedded journalist, homeless shelter employee), hitchhiking, studying philosophy, and writing books while passionately championing the swampy quirks of Deep South.
Brother Dege’s latest album is the critically acclaimed Farmer’s Almanac, an 11-track, southern gothic journey that explores escapism, class structure, and the opiated dark side of America’s small town rural communities. Brother Dege’s fourth album swarms with otherworldly slide guitars, rustic psychedelia, possessed barn burners, and swamp-drenched cinematic songcraft.
Brother Dege joins the Pentagram tour in Nashville on March 16th, playing solo sets of his own abstract style of psych-Delta blues and slide guitar-scapes.
Brother Dege's Farmer's Almanac is out now on CD, digital and streaming formats. Click here to order.
“... a jewel straight from Louisiana. Guitar riffs and a good handful of country psych is the Brother Dege recipe… and it works wonders.” - ROLLING STONE
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