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Michael Frazier

Michael Frazier

Singer Songwriter / Acoustic / Rock Newport, OR  US
All My Lessons
All My Lessons
Skipping Stones
Skipping Stones
This Old House of Mine
This Old House of Mine
Hey Mr Salesman
Hey Mr Salesman
Walking Through A Forest
Walking Through A Forest


All I Want is Peace


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  • Jeremy Mohr (Artist)
    Jeremy Mohr
    Hey man, thanks for the nice message you sent me 12 months ago. Sorry I'm a little late, I forgot I had a reverb page.. lol. You've got some great stuff too!!
  • Robert Steven Hunt (Artist)
    Robert Steven Hunt
    Wow! Michael. Absolutely brilliant sounds, I love the music that you have produced, you are so gifted and talented. Keep up the wonderful work, you are truly amazing! God Bless you! I am definitely a fan, thanks for sharing your tracks with the world. I will be back to hear more of your great sounds! My very best wishes to you from Reading in England, Robert Steven Hunt (composer), Rob.
  • Evanthia Bilionis (Artist)
    Evanthia Bilionis
    smooth sounds & lovely tunes !... nice guitar too !... all the best !
  • Maybe (Artist)
    All My Lessons on my mind - sweet one... maybe me
  • Patrick Sigel (Artist)
    Patrick Sigel
    fine work, Michael: "Lessons," Hands," and "Flying" stand out for me. peace, Patrick
  • Jordan E. Spivack (Artist)
    Jordan E. Spivack
    Excellent vocals and material, Michael - particularly enjoy "Skipping Stones"! I have an instrumental "Skipping Stones" here on RN, if you ever want to check it out.


  • Live at Big Mountain Coffee Company


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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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.

Asked by Shane Alan Swaim. Answered on Sat Jun 30 2012

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