Kansas City, Missouri native Fritz Hutchison releases his national debut, Wide Wild Acres, on Center Cut Records. Possessing a lengthy and diverse musical pedigree including electric folk group She's A Keeper, contemporary groove jazz ensemble The Sextet, and country rock outfit The Grisly Hand, Hutchison has performed in a number of different roles instrumentally. Wide Wild Acres sees Hutchison stepping into the spotlight as a leader, playing most of the album's instruments while singing his own compositions. "With Center Cut Records, (Fritz) will pursue his own career as a songwriter, one whose clever songcraft is based in pop, rock and folk." Tim Finn, Music Writer, IN Kansas City Magazine
Kansas City, Missouri native Fritz Hutchison releases his national debut, Wide Wild Acres, on Center Cut Records. Possessing a lengthy and diverse musical pedigree including electric folk group She's A Keeper, contemporary groove jazz ensemble The Sextet, and country rock outfit The Grisly Hand, Hutchison has performed in a number of different roles instrumentally. Wide Wild Acres sees Hutchison stepping into the spotlight as a leader, playing most of the album's instruments while singing his own compositions. "With Center Cut Records, (Fritz) will pursue his own career as a songwriter, one whose clever songcraft is based in pop, rock and folk." Tim Finn, Music Writer, IN Kansas City Magazine
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Wide Wild Acres
Artist: Fritz Hutchison
Format: Vinyl
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1. Stationary
2. Police Dogs
3. Powder Blue
4. Currach Mor
5. Cold Comfort
6. Wide Wild Acres
7. Schnatterling Dream
8. Fortunate Flaws

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Kansas City, Missouri native Fritz Hutchison releases his national debut, Wide Wild Acres, on Center Cut Records. Possessing a lengthy and diverse musical pedigree including electric folk group She's A Keeper, contemporary groove jazz ensemble The Sextet, and country rock outfit The Grisly Hand, Hutchison has performed in a number of different roles instrumentally. Wide Wild Acres sees Hutchison stepping into the spotlight as a leader, playing most of the album's instruments while singing his own compositions. "With Center Cut Records, (Fritz) will pursue his own career as a songwriter, one whose clever songcraft is based in pop, rock and folk." Tim Finn, Music Writer, IN Kansas City Magazine