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Bryan Frasher

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In six years as a sideman and road manager for Tanya Tucker, Lee Roy Parnell and others, Bryan Frasher has had time to hone his skills and is now stepping out of the shadows. Bringing alive his own style of country music, Bryan will begin opening live shows for Tanya Tucker in the fall as well as touring on his own.

Bryan was born and raised in the mountains of West Virginia (Fort Gay , W.V., pop. 750pp). After high school Bryan attended Marshal University, in Huntington W.V., to study music and received a bachelors degree in classical guitar performance. During those college days he played hundreds of dates with various bands and as a solo performer. After college he traveled west to Los Angeles to continue his study of music. While living there he became a regular on the coffeehouse circuit and played many shows up and down the west coast, but it wasn�t too long before he decided to move to Nashville. "Moving to Nashville was a natural progression. The environment is much more conducive to the kind of music I write and enjoy playing. It�s also closer to my family and that�s very important to me", he explains.

Bryan arrived in Nashville during the summer of 1994 driving a yellow, 1972, Cadillac Coup deVille, that he�d bought for $800 dollars. It was packed with everything he owned, "I only had a few cassettes to listen to on that trip; Steve Earle, Shawn Colvin and the Stanley Brothers..... some of my biggest influences." His first three months in town Bryan slept on the living room floor of a close friend because he couldn�t afford his own apartment, and ended up riding another friends motorcycle to work when the old Cadillac took a turn for the worse. To make ends meet he worked as a painter, a carpenter and a studio backline tech before landing his first professional job in Nashville with Tanya Tucker.

With his extensive touring experience and visits to "The Tonight Show", the " Late Show with David Letterman" and the "Grand Ole Opry" as well as performing in January for Washington dignitaries and even President George W. Bush, Bryan's reputation as a soulful, cross genre musician is quickly spreading. Music from the upcoming album has already found itself in episodes of "Talelights" as seen on Bravo.

Look for the first single "Drive On" to hit radio on July 16th and Bryan to be playing in your town soon after. Longing for something new, original and different? This artist isn't to be missed.

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