Dru Cutler’s story begins in Tampa, Florida, where he played in a punk band with a narcoleptic drummer before taking his interest in music in a more focused direction, studying Music Composition and working full time as a stage performer at Busch Gardens. Years later, with a wealth of experience in various bands, composing for film and web videos, and continuing to study music, Cutler is hard at work making a name for himself with his own dark, crooning brand of indie rock. For this episode of BTR Hear & There, he brings his band to the back room of the Branded Saloon in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, for a ferocious stomp through the song “Train.”
Heart&Hand Band: Dave Mainella – Piano; Tempest Houghton – Bass; Jon Wert – Drums
Featured song: “Train”
Dru Cutler’s latest release, red glow EP, is now available.
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