The Broken Rubber Band

The Broken Rubber Band

 Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA

A blend of blues, jazz and good ole' rock and roll, The Broken Rubber Band has an refreshing, original sound that pulls from many different influences. We Have something for everyone.


The Broken Rubber Band formed in early 2010, by Cullen Davezac and Carson Ducote. The duo began writing and performing their original music, and knew they had something great to offer. They picked up lead guitarist Randall Head in July 2010, and started playing shows around Baton Rouge. The band went through 3 drummers in the second half of 2010, but have finally found stability with the addition of drummer Chad Byrd.
What started as a simple formula of guitars, drums and vocals has been enriched with additions of piano, violin, cello, and trumpet, taking the band's sound to new levels. The Broken Rubber Band combines influences from jazz, blues, and even reggae and hard rock to form a refreshing, original sound.

The band members' most notable influences include The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Dave Matthews Band, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Merle Haggard.

The band has played at many venues around Baton Rouge and surrounding areas, including Northgate Tavern, Fred's in Tigerland, The Howlin' Wolf, the Varsity Theatre, and more.

The band has recorded with various local producers, and even on their own, and is looking to record an EP by the summer.

The Broken Rubber Band founded the Baton Rouge Organization of Original Musicians, which is an organization which focuses on promoting and networking original local musicians in Baton Rouge. BROOM has put on large scale events at Fred's in Tigerland and the Varsity Theatre.


Demostration (Early 2010)
1. Introduction
2. Here We Go
3. Beach
4. Jazz Ensemble
5. Outro

The Alaska Street Recordings (summer 2010)
1.Bring on the Rain
2. Used to Being Lonely

1. Ain't Got No Money - produced by TheDizzyRecords
2. Used to Being Lonely

Set List

Used to Being Lonely
Here We Go
Try Not to Fall
10 Years
Should've Given Me a Call
If you Really Want to Leave
Bring on the Rain
Ain't Got No Money

Thank You Jack Daniels - Devil Makes Three
One Headlight - The Wallflowers
The Way - Fastball
Last Dance with Mary Jane - Tom Petty
Breaking the Girl - RHCP
Bus Stop - The Hollies
Easy - Commodores
Misunderstood - Animals