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Green Bay Punk scene doc

About four years ago I was entering my final year of school for digital media, but I had excelled at the film part of digital media. I remember talking to another guy in my class that was quickly becoming the best film person in the entire school about my dream documentary. You see I have this goal in life to produce rock docs. To me the best part about interviewing bands is getting the story inside the story, I love having that conversation. Anyway I had this idea to do a Rock Doc on the Green Bay punk scene of the 1990's. It's a scene that I lived in, but wasn't one of the major players. We all knew who Timebomb Tom was, after all he owned the Concert Cafe. We all felt like Reverend Norb, lead singer of the band Boris the Sprinkler, was the biggest rock star we knew. We all knew the legendary story about the floor caving in during a Vacum Scam/Bleed show at Kutska's Hall in Howard. In fact everyone was there or at least so it seemed. Then there was that time that a member of the Luna Chicks hit on me and wanted me to go get drunk with her at The Speakeasy next door, but stopped when I had to tell her I was only 17. (Stop singing that crappy Winger song right now!) That all happened in the 90's, but how did the Green Bay punk scene really get going?

Enter Green Blah! The History of Green Bay Punk Rock. 


(click the pic above to give money via Kickstarter)

This is incredible! I want to see this in the worst way. We lived it, we ate it, we breathed it, so now let's do it again. Wait all these people are still alive! See we can survive off PBR and cheese. Told you mom!

Ok now I would tell you more about it but I'll let the famous Rev. Norb do those honors.



I really wish I would have had the time to start the process of that idea of the documentary about the Green Bay punk scene. Even better though is I don't have to, because the idea was so good someone else thought of it. Go give them your money so this gets made. And hey come on, who wouldn't want a personalized tour from Rev. Norb?

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07/22/15     View Comments >
Cutter's Bio
Ten Things you never wanted to know about Cutter:

1) My hometown is Denmark, WI but before that I lived in a trailer park in Kellnersville and a farm in Algoma. I'm as smalltown as it gets and yes I know what a lane party is and I've been cow tipping...don't judge

2) My very first guitar was a cheap star shaped Peavy guitar from The Guitar Cellar in Green Bay. I was 10 and already metal! 



3) I've played in many bands since the age of 14 and through out high school would play at the old Concert Cafe in Green Bay with my punk rock band No Distinction. Then a few more times with the band Inner Seal I had while in college in Madison. It was my next band LD.fifty that actually gained a bit of popularity but that didn't last either. So since I'm a failed rock star I'm in radio. Lucky you!

4) Oh and I have a tramp stamp style tattoo of LD.fifty's logo....again no judging.



5) Speaking of tattoos I have 9 of them and have sat in the chair 11 times. I'm addicted and I want to be covered but that process stopped when I had kids. Tat's are expensive 

6) I've been engaged three times and married once. I'm a lover not a fighter.

7) I have two college degrees both of them in media. I have a degree in Television and Radio Broadcasting plus a Digital Media degree.

8) My first major concert was White Zombie with The Todies and Supersuckers at the Brown County Arena in 1995.

9) I used to be very big into drugs especially PCP/Angel Dust but have been hard core drug free (that includes painkillers) since 2005. It would be longer but I slipped a few times.

10) I lost my virginity at the age of 14. There's nothing to do in Denmark.....once again don't judge  
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