Jim Frazier is an accomplished-award winning Nashville record producer with countless records and has worked with such greats as Freddie Hart, Vern Gosdin, David Frizzell, Johnny Counterfeit, Jimmy Fortune, formerly with the Statler Brothers and Travis Tritt’s Band. He has also has had the pleasure of working with legendary songwriters such as Dennis Kunnitzen, writer of the song “He Stopped Loving Her Today” by George Jones, Whitey Shauffer writer of the song, “All My Exes Live In Texas” by George Strait, and “That’s the Way Love Goes” by Merle Haggard, along with many other accomplished songwriters.
Jim Frazier has also worked with many artists and writers as a contracted producer, along with those artists just starting out from individuals to bands alike. He has had years of experience within the industry, has won numerous awards and received countless recognition for his musical contributions in throughout the music industry and continues to take his record label to new heights as well as his production company. He also owns two publishing companies that house songs recorded by Kenny Rogers and Mel Tillis. In July of 2010 Jim Frazier was contacted by the County Music Hall of Fame in Nashville to donate recorded albums and CD’s of his productions for their archive room base on his notoriety and efforts within the music industry.
Are you a songwriter looking for a Nashville Record Producer for demo albums?
Jim Frazier has produced demos for songs that went number one once they were picked up and recorded by such greats as George Strait’s song “Check Yes or No”, Tracey Lawrence’s song “Night to Remember”, Black Hawk’s song “Blue Water Road”, and Sawyer Brown’s song “Price of Neglect” and many more. The demos are strong and entice major producers to pick up the songs and record them, based on his demo strength for their own major artists. This is just a fraction of the experience that Jim Frazier has with recording and production.