Dege Legg

Dege Legg is a Grammy-nominated musician (Django Unchained, original soundtrack) and award-winning writer born and raised in southern Louisiana. In addition to driving a cab, he has a BA in philosophy and has worked as a dishwasher, journalist, manual laborer, warehouseman, mechanic, driver, line cook, and a caseworker in a homeless shelter in order to support his artistic compulsions. He writes music, records, and tours the USA and Europe with his band Brother Dege & The Brethren. Visit him at brotherdege.net

“Brother Dege is a far-out dude.” — Quentin Tarantino

“Brother Dege is one of the best-kept secrets in the Deep South.” — Uncut magazine

“A southern diamond in the rough.” — Americana UK

"Legg has a knack for telling these stories in short, on-the-head entries certain to captivate both obsessive literary hounds and non-readers alike." — William Archambeault, Antigravity magazine review

Bayou Hack Press Interview

Bayou Hack Press Review of Cablog

WWOZ Interview; interview begins at 75:30

Largehearted Boy: Dege Legg's playlist for CABLOG

KRVS Interview

The Advocate on Dege Legg and Cablog

Fox 8 Interview

Offbeat Magazine: "CabLog: Diary Of A (Musical) Cabdriver"

Chapter One Podcast: Ep. 82—Cablog by Dege Legg

Books by Dege Legg

Cablog Book Trailer

Cablog Excerpt Video - WARNING: Explicit Content