Eric Frazier was born in Harlem, New York City. He was raised in Brooklyn, New York in a family of eight children. He ran track and road races for 27 years. His love of the physical culture and creative expression led him to the study of the Conga Drum, Djembe Drum and African Dance. He has since expanded his artistic endeavors to singing, trap drums, tap dance, and percussion.
Eric's performance can be describe as follows:
Eric’s shows are eclectic, energetic, inspirational, lively
, and fulfilling. His shows typically capture the imagination and entail the enjoyment of audience positive perspectives and audience interaction. It is common to see, smiles, laughter, and wonder on the part of those fortunate enough to be in attendance. People parenthetically, leave his shows with feelings of inspiration, aspiration, forward perspectives, and positive outlooks on what is to come next in future shows.
Eric Frazier has achieved international and national acclaim during the past decade. A singer/songwriter/composer with the spirit of music in his blood, he burst onto the scene after transitioning from a career in education as a school Principal and Education Executive to follow his passion for music and storytelling.
A drummer by nature, Eric learned to play the conga drums, trap drums, piano and tap dance on his own and has been entertaining crowds ever since!
PRESS AND MEDIA
Eric was the co-host of WLIU Jazz radio 88.1 FM in Brooklyn and has appeared on numerous radio stations across the USA. His music has lead him to become a renowned artist known throughout different parts of the globe.
Eric Frazier is a well known and popular Jazz artist and entrepreneur in New York City. If you have not seen him perform yet you are in for a treat!
The impact of my music can serve to inspire others or put a positive spin on their thoughts and actions. It encourages laughter, smiles, finger snapping, head bobbing, foot stomping and bodies in motion. It projects positive thinking and forward movement. You, the people, influence my music...
In The Same Place
This recording is a venue through which you will visit a multitude of places within your style that facilitates not only your well being but also the joy of your imaginative spirit in real time.
Come join us at one of our next Events!
The new opening of The Eric Edwards African Arts Museum will take place 1PM 10/22/22! It is one of the largest personal collections in the world! I will be honored to perform for the opening! Address: 1360 Fulton St. Bklyn. NY
It will be another great pleasure to perform with my man, Author and Artist, Danny Simmons. He will perform poetry from several of his latest books! 5PM Saturday 10/22/22,
262 Bowery St. NY NY
Paying tribute to Dr Gail Reed Barnett and her husband Winston Barnett as they celebrate their 30th wedding Anniversary! It will be my pleasure to perform. It's a private event. 8PM 10/22/22 @ Fogo De Chao Brazilian Restaurant NYC
The tribute to legendary artist Dr Lorenzo Pace will take place at 11AM in Foley Square located on 50-58 Centre St. NYC on Sunday, 10/23/22!
Dr Pace Sculptured the largest art piece in the country depicting Slavery entitled "Triumph of the Human Spirit." I am honored to be asked to perform at this auspicious occasion.
The Council of Educational Supervisors and Administrators will have their annual conference at 8AM on Saturday10/29/22 @ The New York Hilton Hotel, 1335 Avenue of the Americas (6th Ave.). My Book "A new Education Paradigm," will be on exhibit! Additionally, I will perform at 1PM with my Trio including Tommy Morimoto- sax, and Keyboard - Leonieke Sheuble