Brax Cutchin
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Brax Cutchin

Greenville, South Carolina, United States | SELF

Greenville, South Carolina, United States | SELF
Band Americana Singer/Songwriter


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"Post and Courier Preview"

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"South Carolina Native turned Los Angeles producer/songsmith Brax Cutchin (seated on truck bumper) and his band, Brax, return for a glorious homecoming at Poe's tavern on Sullivan's Island. The band's sound has been much ballyhooed as being a cross between Wilco and U2. Decide for yourself on Friday night." - Charleston Post and Courier

"Herman's Music Picks"

"Next Wednesday night you will delight in the eclectic alt. pop rock of Brax, direct from Los Angeles to George Street Grocery. think of them as U2 meets Wilco, breed on the vocal stylings on Bowie. It may be your only chance to see them before they outgrow this bold new city" - Jackson Free Press

"Fan review"

This album has a very organic sound. To me, it is a very Americana sounding record. You have brought together the best things about Country, Rock and the Singer/Songwriter element. I like records that are great ALBUMS....Not the ones where you just want to hear a few songs off of it....But the ones where the WHOLENESS of the record is important. (i.e. The Joshua Tree, Sycronicity, Music for a Rainy Day.)You should be very proud of this record.....It's Beautiful. Everyone played wonderfully. For me, music is a series of tension and release.....I love the amount of tension that Mike applies to each track; and the places he choses to release. I hope that makes sense.....This is a wonderful record. - website


Meet You in the Fall (to be released 2009), The Most, The Length of the Day, March (EP), Thru. Brax's music can be found on iTunes. "Sundown In Austin" received airplay. "Everybody's Here" written for the film "The Devil Wears Prada". "Everybody's Here" featured in the film "You Kill Me". "The Seasons" written for the film "August Rush".



Brax Cutchin's new album explores his true Southern roots. Brax was raised in Greenville, South Carolina, listening to the country greats like George Jones, Merle Haggard, Dwight Yoakum and Johnny Cash. He later moved to Los Angeles and continued to tour through the West and cross-country to the South, playing with his band and playing solo-acoustic shows, as well. His music has been featured on radio stations throughout the Southeast. He also worked with Fox Studios and Format entertainment to write songs for the films, "The Devil Wears Prada", "August Rush" and "You Kill Me".
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