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

- Nashville Scene

Rebecca Frazier and Hit & Run

"East Nashville real deal bluegrass"

- Craig Havighurst

Colorado & Wyoming Summer Tour!

Thurs, 7/24

Fri, 7/25

Sat, 7/26

Sun, 7/27

Tues, 7/29

Weds, 7/30

Thurs, 7/31

Fri, 8/1

Sat, 8/2

Sun, 8/3

Windsor, CO

Kemmerer, WY

Carbondale, CO

Alamosa, CO

Gunnison, CO

Lakewood, CO

Frisco, CO

Fort Collins, CO

Centennial, WY

Casper, WY

"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

Tonight’s show in Lakewood CANCELLED due to weather

July 30th, 2014

Dear Colorado Friends & Fans,

We’re extremely sorry to report that tonight’s show at Bonfils Ampitheater has been cancelled due to storms. Please help us spread the word, as we know many of you were planning to drive to the show from all over the Front Range. We hope that you will come see us Thursday in FRISCO or Friday in Fort Collins at AVOGRASS!

Lakewood tickets may be exchanged for a gift card for use at any Lakewood Heritage, Culture & the Arts Division facility or program, considered a tax deductible donation to the Heritage, Culture & Arts Division for the value of the original ticket price or refunded. Please visit http://www.lakewood.org/SummerConcerts/ for more details.

 

IBMA 2nd Ballot ~ 5 Nominations for Rebecca Frazier!

July 11th, 2014

~Album of the Year ‘When We Fall’

~Female Vocalist of the Year

~Guitar Player of the Year

~Emerging Artist of the Year

~Instrumental Recorded Performance of the Year ‘Virginia Coastline’

Get involved! Join IBMA here and cast your vote BEFORE AUGUST 1! It would be great to see more women winning these awards!

Happy 4th, Y’all!

July 4th, 2014

Thanks so much to the town of Harrisonburg, VA, for hosting us to headline their Valley Fourth “Beers & Cheers in the Park.” And yes, this was one CHEERFUL crowd, and we were a cheerful band! Happy birthday, U.S.A! God shed his grace on thee!

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DelFest, Acoustic Cafe, Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival…May Picking!

June 1st, 2014

 

A "Hot" Band

A “Hot” Band at Ashland Coffee & Tea  

After a smokin’ pit-stop at BoneFire Smokehouse in Southwest VA, we moved on to my hometown of Richmond. At Ashland Coffee & Tea, an old friend commented, “Rebecca, you have a HOT band!” Me: “They really are amazing musicians, aren’t they!?” She stared at me blankly. “No, they are hot guys, Rebecca!” Wait, I thought bluegrass was all about the music! :-0

The Drive Thru with Rog!

The Drive Thru with Rog

Before the show, we got to stop by the Drive-Thru with Rog on WHAN in Ashland. There was a signed Hit & Run poster at the station… from 2004! Thanks for the good times and the spins, Roger Reynolds! xox

Drum & Strum

Drum & Strum

Next stop: Drum & Strum Music Center in Warrenton. We were the ceremonious LAST SHOW in this venue, and we milked it: “This is the last song of the first set of the last show EVER at this location.” THANK YOU to Pablo Teodoro for hooking us up with treats from Great Harvest Bread Co. So awesome (and every morsel was devoured!) Thanks Casey Henry of the famous Murphy Method for gracing the stage with your banjo chops, too!

Photo by Frank Baker

Photo by Frank Baker

Critter Eldridge of Seldom Scene/Punch Brothers Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival proved itself to be a unique experience, as always. Where else does one find a crazy mix of Mid-Atlantic folks (and even Europeans!), a top-notch awesome line-up, & camping right next to the stage in the shade? It was fun to see Lou Reid, and to bump into Chris Eldridge as we  walked on stage.Rebecca FrazierGettysburg Bluegrass FestivalF Baker-7546

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Next stop was the American Roots Concert Series in Washington D.C. at the Hill Center for the Arts, where families spread out on the lawn and concert-goers are highly enthused! (One person told me he’d driven 3 hours to come to the show!) Loved our May afternoon with these intelligent music lovers.

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DelFest was bigger than ever this year. It was worth every minute of the 10-hour drive to do our set. ‘Twas also fun to see John Frazier rip with Yonder Mountain String Band & Jerry Douglas right after we played. Ah!

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It was a 13 hour drive to get to our 3 pm set in Alabama the next day, but thanks to the courage and goodwill of mostly Daniel and Kyle, we made it with time to spare….and again, it was worth every minute. Acoustic Cafe Festival in Haleyville is one of my true favorites. It exemplifies what a festival is supposed to be. Great people, great vibes, great music, and kindness and good spirits all around. We loved all of the tie dye decorations as we walked around the campground, which had paths named Rowan Row, Garcia Flats, and John Hartford Blvd. Sweet! Thanks so much to everyone there for giving us such a warm welcome, and thanks to Nat Keefe of Hot Buttered Rum for hopping on stage with us! It’s been way too long! Until next time, Alabamans!

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Odometer Craziness…

May 31st, 2014

It’s a little nuts what ‘grassers like to do in order to play a few festivals. Our May run gave us the pleasure of 3,476 miles in the van. Kyle figured out that we could’ve just gone ahead and driven to Alaska instead. But we think Gettysburg, DelFest, Acoustic Cafe, and the awesome venues were worth every mile! IMG_9970Rebecca Frazier

Looking forward to having Jarrod Walker join us in May!

May 9th, 2014
Jarrod Walker photo

Jarrod Walker

We know that our audiences this May are looking forward to hearing the tasteful and toneful singing and picking of mandolin meistro, Jarrod Walker. Regular mando guy John Frazier is busy touring with Yonder Mountain String Band and his own FrazierBand. But we are honored to have this talented guest star onboard for our Mid-Atlantic dates and festivals this month! Jarrod’s known for his work with Missy Raines, Clay Hess, his brother Cory Walker, among others. If you read this and have something nice to say about Jarrod, please make a comment on our Facebook page under Jarrod’s picture. It won’t go unnoticed!

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