Sounds Like: The Devil Makes Three, Lucero, Old Crow Medicine Show, Steve Earle, brown bird
The Cottonwood Cutups were conceived by the many campfire jams held in the Hoh Rain Forest of the Olympic National Park.
A mix of influences meld Country, Old-Time, Rag-time, Bluegrass, Rock and Jazz to bring about their sound.
Comprised of brothers Jesse (Mandolin/Banjo/Harp/Vocals) and Joel Hi...See Full Bio
“Band's gig 'a perfect fit:When Rachel Burrum, the museum's educational programs and events coordinator, was booking bands for this year's event, she looked to highlight South Sound bands whose music matched the retro feel of the farm…For bassist Ryan Ramsdell of The Cottonwood Cutups, a trio consisting of Ramsdell and brothers Jesse Hill and Joel Hill, the gig is a perfect fit…The Cottonwood Cutups got their start just a couple of summers ago, when Ramsdell and the Hill brothers decided to expand on their campfire jams… "We started finding our sound," he said… We started coming up with original songs that we had composed on our own and folded them into the band. I think we all equally write lyrics and compose a lot of the melody and rhythms separately, then it all comes together in practice."The band has a 7-song EP out, but Ramsdell said the band is hoping to scratch together enough to go into the studio this fall and record a full length album, hopefully followed by a West Co”