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Michael Frazier

Rank #1 US Newport, OR Singer Songwriter / Acoustic / Rock

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Sounds Like: Neil Young, Wilco, Grateful Dead, Dan Fogelberg, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (CSN&Y)

Label: Root Cellar Productions

Bio: I am a solo artist now days and do everything in my humble little home by the sea. I play all the instruments and sing all the vocals with a noted exception or two.

Played my first guitar note in 1971 and was instantly hooked. Wrote my first song in 1974 and still can't stop. I have also writt... See Full Bio

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  • Ecologyngle (Artist) Ecologyngle
    🙌 Own Two Hands 🙌 captivating work Michael. So. Fla love * Patricia
  • Carlos Wilde (Artist) Carlos Wilde
    Hi Michael - Stopping by to show some love and support. Enjoying Your Artistry. Have a great day!
  • egon erger (Artist) egon erger
    beautiful tunes here. especially enjoyed "this old house of mine". best wishes and success, egon erger
  • Faith Morley (Artist) Faith Morley
    Stopping by again to have a listen to your songs whilst relaxing on my holiday :) Faith x
  • Mark Appleford (Artist) Mark Appleford
    Great music you have here Michael, esp. "Own Two Hands". Glad you are enjoying my tunes as well & hello from New Orleans!
  • Tim Ratliff (Artist) Tim Ratliff
    Back for some more of your awesome sounding music Michael!!!
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Q: What would you say has been the highlight of your music career? You certainly have alot of experience.
A: There have been too many highlights over the years, if you can call them that. After years of playing live for audiences a couple of favorite musical moments involved my family. I played a song I had written for my Dad's retirement party. First time I remember tears in his eyes. Another was when my Daughter graduated from college. I did a song about how proud her Mother and I were of her, with a funny "get a job" twist at the end. Made everyone cry and then laugh.

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  • Total Fans 1,330 +4

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