The son of a United Methodist preacher, Brandon Cutrell was born and raised in Indiana. It was in the church where Brandon, at the age of three, made his solo debut. In addition to sacred choral music and hymns, Brandon was influenced by his mother's record collection, which included gospel singer Sandi Patty, Johnny Mathis, The Carpenters, Barry Manilow and Anne Murray. Then, in 1994, Brandon's life forever changed when he was introduced to the wonder of Nancy LaMott.
"Nervy. Frisky. Powerful. A better instrument than Clay Aiken's. Mr. Cutrell hits the bull's-eye. He gets it right." - The New York Times
"Laugh-out-loud funny. His vibrant vocals and excellent acting steal the show. Cutrell's stock will be definitely going up." - Playbill