The Cutaways
"Don't be fooled by the cowboy hats."


The Second-best Band in Western Wisconsin (TM)


May 13th, 2017  9 - 11 AM

Get It Dunn Run

Burger King Parking Lot

Menomonie, WI


June 17th, 2017  4 - 8 PM

Hay Lake Beer Tasting Event

Historic Hay Lake School

Scandia, MN


June 23rd, 2017  7 - 9 PM

Acoustic Cafe

Menomonie, MN


June 28th, 2017  7 - 9 PM

Local Lounge

Eau Claire, MN


July 9th, 2017  2 -6 PM

Jake's On Tainter Lake

Menomonie, WI


July 27th, 2017  7 - 8:30 PM

Music Over Menomin

Menomonie Public Library

Menomonie, WI


August 5th, 2017  3 -7 PM


Irvington, WI


August 6th, 2017  2 -6 PM

Jake's On Tainter Lake

Menomonie, WI


September 17th, 2017  12 - 3 PM

St. Joe's Fall Fest

Menomonie, WI


October 7th, 2017   6 -9 PM

Grape Expectations

Dunn County Historical Society

Menomonie, WI









The Cutaways Are:

Bob Boone - Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin

Tim Stanton - Vocals, Drums

Jim Nelson - Vocals, Guitar

Doug Hyde - Bass

Marv Whitman - Vocals, Guitar 

In short, we're just a bunch of old guys who like to play and sing together and make some music.  Sometimes we're plugged in and rockin', while other times we're acoustic and more subdued.  Either way, give us a listen and you're bound to hear some music that you know and love!


Fresh out of the Drum Farm Recording Studio here in Menomonie, The Cutaways are proud to release their first music in many years! Have a quick listen here, and consider helping to support future recording endeavors (and to help pay for this one...) by purchasing the track on CD Baby. More tunes to come!





Here are some songs from our first CD, "Still in the Band"...not to be confused with our new single, "Still in the Band", which was not on the CD. It's complicated. Anyway, these are our originalsongs, recorded in Jim's basement




The Cutaways are gearing up for an extensive tour of the Bi-State area this summer.  Look for us in all of your favorite venues, especially if you happen to like Jake's on Tainter Lake, as well as other miscellaneous stages throughout the Chippewa Valley and beyond.





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