"...a genuine triple threat as a singer, songwriter and flatpicking guitarist"

- Nashville Scene

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"I have played Rebecca's CD again and again. Her voice is fabulous and the choice of songs is so smart....She sounds like an old soul to me."

-Lee Smith,

New York Times bestselling author

When We Fall

• "Best Bluegrass Album of 2013" [Bluegrass Situation]

• "#9, Best of the Year List" [Engine 145]

• "#3 Roots Music Report [National Bluegrass Radio]

• "#6 "Darken Your Doorway" [Bluegrass Today Monthly Chart]

• #16 Billboard/Soundscan [Top Bluegrass Albums Chart, June 2013]

"Rebecca Frazier will be heard from by dint of her artistry as a singer, songwriter and instrumentalist, but the heart informing her music makes all the difference."

- Deep Roots Magazine

Rebecca Frazier and Hit & Run

"East Nashville real deal bluegrass"

- Craig Havighurst

Rebecca Frazier and Hit & Run

Land of 10,000 Lakes

August 29th, 2016

Many thanks to Lakes Bluegrass Festival and the town of Pine River, who hosted us in Minnesota style.Rebecca Frazier

We so enjoyed meeting festival founders Tim & Cindy Roggenkamp, that we invited them onstage with us Saturday, and later joined them for their enormous “Super Jam” with other acts like Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers.

Rebecca Frazier Great grass, cool Northern air, good hangs, amazing ribs off the bone and sausage stew at the Roggenkamps’ campsite. Til next time, dear Minnesota!

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And North Dakota makes my 41st State!

August 25th, 2016

Bluegrass has led me down many roads. Today it led me across the border of North Dakota, the 41st state in which I’ve performed, thanks to the kinds folks of HoDo Lounge and the famous town of Fargo. Rebecca Frazier IMG_2519 Rebecca Frazier

Dr. Ralph Stanley: A Virginia Hero

June 28th, 2016

It’s hard to believe how many musicians we’ve lost recently…Bowie, Prince, Merle Haggard. But this loss hits closer to home for me and many others. Dr. Ralph Stanley was a Virginian who carried on the tradition of mountain singing, penned creative songs that impacted many lives, created his own style of banjo picking, and was arguably the kindest gentleman in all the music world. I played on bills with him (festivals, concerts) throughout the years, and I just never wanted to be “that guy”–the one taking a photo with him–though now, honestly, I’m a little sad not to have said photo! This picture was taken at Poppy Mountain Festival in 2007, right after Dr. Ralph was kind enough to say hello to me backstage and tell me I sounded great. (Seriously? I couldn’t believe his courtesy). I’m sad to see him go, for so many reasons. The last of the first generation of bluegrass originators. RIP.

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River of Music Party…

June 27th, 2016

 

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Rebecca, Stephen Mougin, Dancin’ Dave at guitar workshop

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Frazier festie kids

…a.k.a. ROMP takes place in Kentucky each June, a stone’s throw from the birthplace of Bill Monroe. Cool honor: did guitar workshop with my pal Stephen Mougin this year, and man did I enjoy taking in the Kentucky vibes. Life moves on, too; it’s the first time I haven’t needed a sitter to watch the kids while I play. They just “hung out” at the picnic table beside the workshop. What?

 

Thanks to the Hag

April 11th, 2016

15 years ago this spring, I was asked to co-found a vintage country and honky tonk band. We were The All Night Honky Tonk All Stars, and we were inspired by the songs and sounds of Merle Haggard, among others. RIP, and thank you for the music.

Rebecca Frazier Merle

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