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  Cutler Spur Music is a blend of Old School Country with Southern Rock Flavor. Cutler Spur has opened for many big name acts including Sawyer Brown, Billy Ray Cyrus and the late but great Bo Diddley. Cutler was also on the worlds only Military Record Label "To The Fallen Records" which made the February issue of Rolling Stone Magazine in 2008. He has sang back up vocals with Charlie Daniels at an Angelus Festival in Tampa to "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and "Amazing Grace".

  Cutler has also been invited to the Country Music Awards in Nashville every year since 2007 where he has spent time with Super Stars  Doug Stone, Pam Tillis, Grethen Wilson, Steve Wariner, Eddie Montgomery, Mark Chestnut, Aaron Tippin, Ted Nugent, Charlie Daniels, The Marshall Tucker Band and others.

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Sample Fortunate Man is a hard driving salute to our troops.
 Sample Your Wife's Been Cheatn On Us is a funny song about a girl gone bad.
Sample I Don't Remember Doin That is a drinking song most people can relate to.
Sample Rock Solid is a strong love song.
Sample Memory is a slow belt buckle polishing song.
Sample Shaky is a deep slow love song.
Being raised by a singing guitar playing cowboy rubbed off on Cutler early. As a young boy growing up in the rural town of Leroy Texas, family and friends would take weekend horseback rides 10 or so miles to the DQ in Elm Mott where they would water the horses and grab a small snack before returning to the farm. Then they would take out the guitars and start picking and singing. It was there that Cutler got his beginning. He was hooked on music. Especially Daddy’s kind. Hank Sr, George Jones and Jimi Hendrix often made the play list in the 8 track player of his daddy’s 68 Gran Torino.
 Cutler was always singing along with the songs then began writing his own in Junior High.
 After graduating High School he went straight into the United States Marine Corps. During his tenure in the USMC his passion for music was growing. On weekends or off time you could find him sitting in with the local bands or picking with friends.
 After 5 years and receiving his Honorable discharge he formed his first band. The heavy metal outfit “High Point Drive”. Cutler wrote and sang all his original material. It was a great experience but it did not do the trick.

 In 1999 he moved to Florida after his Mom passed away in Texas. Her inspiration motivated Cutler to pursue his dream. So he got back to his roots and began playing his own home grown style of music. That style being “Southern Country Rock”


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To the Fallen Records-the world's ONLY military record label-is dedicated to providing the public with unfiltered songs written from unique and wide-ranging perspectives of the military during wartime.  From active soldiers currently serving on the battlefields to longtime veterans from all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, it is To The Fallen Records' mission to shine a light on the wealth of overlooked talent in the ranks of the U.S. military.  Launched by Army officer and Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran CPT Sean Gilfillan and his wife Sidney Gilfillan, To The Fallen Records takes its name from a tattoo that spans Gilfillan's back, and honors seven of his comrades killed in action in Iraq.  The label has been featured in such prestigious media outlets as CBS Evening News, NPR, Rolling Stone, The New York Times Magazine and the UK's The Sunday Times and Guardian, just to name a few.   To The Fallen Records has given back to Veteran's organizations by donating a percentage of proceeds of all sales to date to those charities dedicated to honoring the fallen or assisting disabled soldiers and their families.





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