What’s happening…

See the band in action performing ‘Keep Rollin’ In’, a song written by Tina Blaber and Ervin Munir, recorded 2021.

Cutting the Mustard are a Sheringham, Norfolk based band of five that delivers quirky takes on covers and some original material with a smile!  We are a friendly bunch and suitable for all types of event. We blend old and songs from across the decades with skilled musicianship, harmonies and energy.  Check out our gigs page for upcoming events!

4 weeks ago

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our friends. See you in the new year. Stay safe. ...
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1 month ago

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Cutting the Mustard has a show on 2021-12-11 at 19:00 @ Sharrington Village Hall in Sharrington, ENG www.reverbnation.com/q/7wltam ...
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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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2 months ago

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❤️STOP PRESS - I was mistaken, there are 3 tickets left! tell your friends. 😀 ...
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2 months ago

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Fun recording Keep Rollin' In at Lightning Studios! ...
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3 months ago

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We are like a fine wine and available for a gig near you. ...
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3 months ago

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This is our next gig. It would be lovely to see you there. Email Chris (see bottom of poster) to buy a ticket. Also, please share this post if you can. 😘 ...
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2 thoughts on “What’s happening…”

  1. Swafield church tonight – you were brilliant! Thankyou so much! Terry (I`m the rector Andrew`s dad) – not just saying, but you were great!

  2. Thank you so much Terence. It was a lovely evening and we enjoyed it too. I will pass your message onto the rest of the band members.

    Ervin (Guitar/Vocals) – Cutting the Mustard

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A North-Norfolk-based band of five!