Bryan Frazier is a singer/songwriter originally from Winchester, VA. His songs are autobiographical anthems of growing up in the Blue Ridge Mountains with a passion for ‘90s country. Some of his biggest influences were Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Eric Church & Garth Brooks.
"Bryan Frazier's songs are filled with country gold and injected with just enough rock to make the music feel fresh. They tell great stories of love lost, love gained, and rural America being forgotten. I have yet to spend much time in the mountains Bryan calls home, but his well-crafted stories bring me there and make me want to relate."- Southernfellow.com
In 2017 Bryan released a six-song EP titled "Lived It" followed by three single releases in 2018 titled “It Could’ve Been You", "Killin'/Crashin'/Burnin", and "Appalachia Gold". All of which have been streamed over a hundred thousand times on Spotify and Apple Music. Based out of Nashville now Bryan plays regularly throughout the southeast and has shared the stage with such artists as fellow Virginian Phil Vassar, Jimmie Allen, and Cole Swindell.