Frazier was born in Kansas City, grew up in Colorado but has lived in Seattle, Nashville and Carmel Valley. He uses traces of every one of those spots in his songs; from a Tennessee sunset to the smell of asphalt on a humid Kansas day.
“Every one of those places has a different feel,” Frazier says. “There are a lot of memories. Nostalgia is my muse.”
Frazier's “Evil Man” is a Tex-Mex-appaloosa coated ballad about a guy framed for murder in the 1920s. He sings the story as the instrumentation storms along like a spaghetti-western film score.