The Cactus Blossoms sound eerily like a sibling harmony act that just left the Grand Ole Opry or the Louisiana Hayride in the 1940s or ’50s, and there’s a good reason for that: guitarists and singers Page Burkum and Jack Torrey are brothers (Jack took on a stage name when he first broke into the music industry at the age of 19), and their voices blend together in a way that suggests a modern-day app The duo’s music came into its own on their 2019 album Easy Way, and it continued to develop on One Day, a 2022 follow-up that included a duet with Jenny Lewis.
Burkum and Torrey were both born and reared in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and were exposed to pop radio and vintage Beatles albums as children. However, the brothers also enjoyed old country and folk songs, and in 2010 they started performing as a pair under the name the Cactus Blossoms. In 2011, they self-released their debut album under their own name and began performing a combination of traditional country and folk songs as well as fresh compositions written in the same vein. Soon after, they were offered a residency at St. Paul’s Turf Club. The pair’s Twin Cities audience grew as a result of the standing gig, and Live at the Turf Club from 2013 features the best performances from their run of live performances.
As word of the live album spread, the Cactus Blossoms increased the scope of their tour, headlining clubs and performing alongside other artists in larger venues (including tours with Kacey Musgraves). They also made an appearance on the public radio program A Prairie Home Companion, whose host Garrison Keillor referred to them as “the brother duet that America is waiting for.” The Cactus Blossoms signed a contract with Red House Records in 2015, a reputable roots music label based in St. Paul. They collaborated with musician and producer JD McPherson to start writing their first album for the label. You’re Dreaming, the brothers’ Red House debut, was released in January 2016, and Burkum and Torrey immediately began a tour to support it.
The Cactus Blossoms gained popularity after making an appearance in David Lynch’s 2018 television series Twin Peaks: The Return. Their next move was the release of their second album, Easy Way, in March 2019. The Cactus Blossoms made a comeback in 2022 with the release of One Day, an album that included a duet with Jenny Lewis on “Everybody” and had influences from the soft rock of the 1970s.
Who are the cactus flowers’ members?
American independent rock group The Cactus Blossoms is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
 Brothers Jack Torrey and Page Burkum make up the band, which also include their older brother Tyler Burkum on guitar, their cousin Phillip Hicks on bass, Jake Hanson on guitar, and Jeremy Hanson on guitar (drums). 
Traditional American folk music and “hillbilly” music served as inspiration for the band’s musical style, which was described as having “the sounds and approaches of early country and rock n’ roll” and being “reminiscent of 60s Nashville and Los Angeles as heard in artists like Roy Orbison, The Byrds, and Duane Eddy.”
On February 11, 2022, Walkie Talkie Records published One Day, the group’s third studio album.
The cactus blossoms — are they brothers?
Jack Torrey and Page Burkum, also known as Despite being brothers, The Cactus Blossoms’ singing prowess goes beyond simple sibling harmony. They didn’t begin performing together until they were in their 30s. What a waste of a lifetime of mutual practice!
In addition to singing, Burkum and Torrey can play an instrument and write lovely tunes. David Lynch was interested and asked the men to portray the fictional bar The Roadhouse in the final season of Twin Peaks. Dan Auerbach also contributed to the tracks on the duo’s most recent album, Easy Way, after getting in touch with the group.
“Please Don’t Call Me Crazy” is performed to open the session. The player will play everything.