Often being described as a modern renaissance man, Americana/singer-songwriter, Casey Frazier, does it all. He’s a visual artist, an avid outdoorsman and most importantly a father. Born in Kansas City and growing up with the Rocky Mountains as his backdrop in Colorado, Casey has a deep relationship to nature. He moved to Nashville at age 14, growing up around the music scene eventually leading him to writing on Music Row. From Appalachia to the coastlines of the west, the expansiveness of the country has rooted itself in Casey’s music.
From a young age, Casey has taken the stage entertaining audiences around the country with roots in Denver, Nashville, and Central California. With his unique ability to create intimate moments with his music, Casey has had the opportunity to share the stage with several musical icons, including Kenny Rogers and Joan Armatrading. Having traveled extensively in the US and abroad, Casey’s music and art is influenced by his surroundings. The raw lifestyle of herding cattle to the emotional pull of the Pacific Ocean speaks through Casey music.
He released his first full-length album in 2007. Followed by 3 more albums and an impressive selection of EPs, Casey Frazier has drawn the attention of some of the industry's most celebrated musicians. With a deep respect for history, art and solitude in nature, Casey embodies a true spirit of “Americana”. Returning from Seattle to Nashville in 2010 with musicians Moises Padilla (drummer), and Kevin Black (bass), Casey and his wife relocated to Monterey, CA for the better part of a decade.
With more calluses on his hands Casey and family have returned to Nashville. “I wanted to get back to some of my roots, write and record new tunes that were specifically tailored to be performed with Moises Padilla on drums, and Kevin Black (Sturgill Simpson, Margo Price). Also including Laur “Little Joe” Joamets on lead guitar (Sturgill Simpson, Lore, Drivin’ N’ Cryin’), and on pedal steel Luke Schneider (Margo Price, Luke Scheinder)” Sharing his love of life and the outdoors and with new music and stories to tell, Casey Frazier continues to inspire and awe.