Hailing from Winchester, Virginia, Bryan Frazier’s songwriting passions stem from the notable influences of 90s/00’s Country and early 2000s Rock. (Eric Church, Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks, Third Eye Blind, Creed, Nickelback)
Upon his arrival to Music City in 2015, Frazier quickly broke into the music scene, penning songs such as “When You Don’t” (Chris Ruediger-Over 4 Million On-Demand Streams), “Stereotype” (Jobe Fortner), “Somebody Had To” (Dawson Edwards) and “Bad Tattoo” (Ryan Nelson).
Such songwriting success led to Frazier’s own artistic opportunities opening up for Kameron Marlowe, Phil Vassar, Jimmie Allen, Tyler Rich, and Cole Swindell. Frazier’s career highlights include the addition of songs to Spotify’s highly regarded playlists of “Fresh Finds Country” and “New Music Nashville” while headlining some of Music City’s most prominent stages of “Whiskey Jam” and “The Bluebird Cafe.”
A singer/songwriter, originally from Gaston, Oregon, Marc Oriet has resided in Nashville, Tennessee since 2013. Marc has penned many songs with upcoming artists, as well as already established artists, and even released a few himself (including the TikTok viral song “Masterbaiter”). With musical influences such as Three Days Grace, Brooks and Dunn, Eric Church and Journey, and Morgan Wallen, his multi genre style is truly one of a kind. Marc spends most of his time either on or around water, writing songs and playing gigs across Tennessee and other Southern states in between. If you ask him what it’s like to work in the music industry, he would say, “Can it really be work, if you’re doin’ what you love?”
Well we love these boys, and this song. We sure hope you do too.