Casey Frazier


Casey Frazier could sing before he could write his own name. He hit his first snare drum at the age of three, and picked up the guitar at the age of five. It became apparent very early on that the tunesmith was destined for a life of song. His precocious talent and the heavy influences of Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Tom Petty, Van Morrison, and Elton John have molded him into one of the strongest young songwriters in the United States.

The artful skill of combining well-written lyrics with tried and true musical composition has given Casey opportunities to perform with the likes of Kenny Rogers and Mandy Moore. In 2009, his music was featured in the major motion picture, "Teenage Dirtbag", launching hundreds of YouTube covers of "Elysian Fields" and gaining him comparisons to Ryan Adams and Josh Rouse.

Casey has released two full length albums, an EP, a live album, and has a large archive of songs waiting to be recorded. He is always writing and recording while he divides his time between Carmel, California and Nashville, Tennessee. His music reflects the inspirations of his laidback, west coast home, and his influential country roots. Whether it is his imagination or life experiences that create the path into his heart, mind, and soul, you can be sure that when you listen to one of Casey’s albums you will be walking away with a piece of artistic expression that will easily stand the test of time.