Cousin Curtiss | Remember Me When
Cousin Curtiss combines the picking style, soul, and energy of John Butler, the incendiary harmonica style of John Popper, and the multi-instrumentalist-live-looping talents of Keller Williams.
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Remember Me When

“Remember Me When” isn’t just the next chapter in Cousin Curtiss’s musical life. It’s the greatest yet. Every song on this album was written lyrics first, music second, and as a result, every song contains a well thought out and powerful message. From lessons learned about life on the road as in “Double Life”, challenges maintaining a long-distance relationship as in “Home to You”, being seen as the enemy as in “Sunset Throwdown”, and problems with drugs and alcohol in “Dead End Roads”, Cousin Curtiss is finding his genre and expertise as a Rootstomp and Blues songwriter and performer. The energy you’ve come to know and love from Cousin Curtiss is amplified throughout “Remember Me When”. Turn it on. Stomp it up. Repeat.