“You Have to Sort Through A Lot of Gravel to Find a Diamond” – J. Northrup

Top Country Songs Morgan Frazier

They say it’s rare to find a “star.” Thousands of people move to Music City every year to fulfill their goal of fame and fortune but only a handful actually take off. Morgan Frazier is one of this year’s handful – and she’s the complete package.

Writing songs at the age of 7, storytelling is the backbone of Frazier’s career. It all began when she penned her first song, Gates of Heaven, which led her on a whirlwind door-to-door tour from Texas to Nashville selling 30,000 albums along the way.

By 13 she was turning heads at a songwriters showcase in Nashville where she would meet her future manager, John Northrup. Just a few short years later Frazier was professionally writing and recording with a songwriting deal at Curb Publishing and a recording contract at Curb Records.

Since then she’s taken over Music Row with stints at this year’s ACM pre-party and after show and during CMA Music Festival in the Bridgestone Arena Plaza. Neste has even had the pleasure of booking her for a number of clients, including: Country Thunder in Florence, AZ and Twin Lakes, WI; Jammin Country in Walker, MN; Country Stampede in Manhattan, KS; Craven Country Jamboree in Craven, SK; and Oregon Jamboree in Sweet Home, OR.

For someone who was writing, recording, selling, touring and performing all before she hit double digits, Frazier is the perfect blend of mature singer-songwriter with teenage jubilation.

It’s time to jump on the Frazier bandwagon because before you know it, it’ll be too crowded to get in.

Morgan Frazier performing at Country Stampede June 21 Photo credit: Rick Diamond/Getty Images

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