Rebecca Frazier Album ReleaseBluegrass
A genuine triple threat as singer, songwriter and flatpicking guitarist, Frazier arrived in Nashville a few years ago with a couple of albums as a member of Colorado’s Hit and Run Bluegrass under her belt, but she’s largely lingered below the radar since then. That’s all changing with the release of her solo debut, When We Fall(Amtoco/Compass), a stout piece of work that demands — and should bring — plenty of attention. Co-produced with veteran Brent Truitt, the album features a nicely chosen set of pickers and several original songs that offer satisfying twists on bluegrass tradition, exemplified by the laid-back sway of the title track. Frazier’s traveling band these days includes album participants Shad Cobb (fiddle) and husband John Frazier (mandolin), abetted by a couple of Berklee School of Music survivors in Nick DiSebastian (bass) and banjoist Kyle Tuttle. Don’t be surprised if When We Fall winds up on a bunch of “best of the year” lists.
Fri, Jun 14 | 9:00 PM
The Station Inn