The Cutaways (often listed as the Cut-a-Ways) came from Bellaire, Ohio, a town on the eastern edge of the state close to Wheeling, West Virginia. The group recorded two 45s as the Cutaways and a 45 apparently backing up a singer named the Big C. The Cutaways records were done on the Nashville based Sur-Speed label. The 45 of "Hold Me" includes two great British Invasion style originals. The band also recorded a 45 for the Wheeling based Agogo label in Pittsburgh.
(45) (Hey Girl) Come Along With Me / Gee Whiz (I Love You) (Credited to Big C) (Sur-Speed 202)
(45) Hold Me / I'll Never Fall In Love Again (Sur-Speed 205)
(45) You're Driving Me Out Of My Mind / Now That You're Gone (Agogo no #)