Kyle Wyman is orginally from Luxemburg, WI and was the lead singer of two bands that were local legends at the time, Cradlewave and The Stokens. He has now gone onto the American/roots rock world and is in town April 2nd to head line the Guitar 4 Vets fundraiser at The Brickhouse in De Pere with his new band Gun Hill Royals.
Orginally from southern Wisconsin Miss Meaghan Owens is a singer/songwriter that is all her own. She is also a former instructor for the Guitar 4 Vets program and will be performing at the Green Bay fundraiser on Saturday in De Pere.
Dave Ellefson is the bassist for the legendary band Megadeth and besides singer/guitarist Dave Mustain has been with the band since it begun in 1984. Now Dave has branched out into merch and has started his own label called EMP Music. Dave sat in with Cutter to catch up on all his new adventures.
Gravity Kills busted onto the hard rock scene in 1996 with their self-titled debut album and their song "Guilty." In 1996 you couldn't get away from that song and this past weekend they celebrated the 20th anniversary of that album. Lead singer Jeff Scheel joined Cutter to go back in time. This conversation clocks in at just under an hour so sit back and enjoy.
Adelitas Way have had their ups and downs the last few years and they have come out spitting fire. Lead singer Rick DeJesus joined Cutter for the Thursday Razor 3-way to talk about that and their new album Getaway which is out now.
30 years in and Richard Patrick is still going strong with Filter. New album Crazy Eyes will be out on April 8th and Mr. Patrick joined Cutter for a Razor 3-Way to debut thier new song "Take Me to Heaven" and talk all things Filter.
A Nameless Ghoul from the band Ghost joined Cutter to discuss their grammy win for the song "Cirice" What it's like to be in this band, if Ghost are in fact a metal band, and we find out if Dave Grohl has been a nameless ghoul himself. Download or stream their conversation here.
Ahead of his show at The Marq on Lineville rd in Green Bay the voice of Creed Scott Stapp joined Cutter for a Razor 3-Way. They talk about his demons, playing Creed songs live again, his future and of course Creed bombing.
Razor 94.7, The Cutting Edge of Rock, is an employee-owned radio station serving northeastern Wisconsin. The Razor has been asking its audience to "Shut Up and Rock" with the likes of Metallica, Foo Fighters, Avenged Sevenfold, Shinedown, Halestorm, Korn, and Stone Sour since February 2000. In addition to strong, local personalities all day, Razor also boasts The Free Beer and Hot Wings Morning Show, and the legendary Lou Brutus hosting HardDrive XL every weeknight.
Razor 94.7 is a two-time winner of the award for Small Market Radio Station of the Year at the national Radiocontraband Rock Radio Awards, as well as winner for 2015 Program Director of the Year and 2016 Music Director of the Year. Razor is also home of the nationally syndicated, Cutting Edge Countdown which highlights the biggest rock songs in the country every week, and Razor Underground which shines the spotlight on up-and-coming and independent bands from around the country.