Bryan Frazier grew up in the rolling hills of the Shenandoah Valley in Winchester, Virginia. He started writing and playing music at the young age of 13. With a wide range of musical influences ranging from artists such as Alan Jackson and Bryan Adams to Eric Church and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Bryan brings a 90's country vibe with a contemporary twist to the table with his music.
In 2017 Bryan released a six-song EP titled "Lived It" followed by three single releases in 2018 titled “It Could’ve Been You" and "Killin'/Crashin'/Burnin" and "Appalachia Gold" which have been streamed over one hundred thousand times on Spotify and Apple Music. Based out of Nashville now, Bryan plays regularly throughout the southeast and has performed at prestigious Nashville venues such as The Bluebird Cafe, Whiskey Jam, and The Listening Room.