Fraser Churchill

Fraser Churchill

Fraser Churchill is a British/Canadian singer songwriter, currently living in Nashville. His rich musical upbringing (his father is a professor of jazz at the Royal Academy) and background as a drummer, has moulded him into the harmonically percussive artist he has become.

At 18, Fraser studied music at Paul McCartney’s fame academy in Liverpool. After 4 years, he moved to London, performing live 4 nights a week to hone his craft. It was during this time that Fraser began flying to Nashville to write and record his debut E.P

His international breakthrough came with the Charlie Puth song, “Patient” off the album, Voicenotes. He also co-wrote the 2021 Grammy-nominated Mickey Guyton song, “Black Like Me,” the Lukas Graham single, “Call My Name,” Grammy award winning “Baby I’ll Wait” by Michael Buble, “High Heels” by Walker Hayes feat. Flo Rida, and the Ronan Keating feat. Emeli Sande song, “One Of A Kind.” He has recently been working with OneRepublic, Mickey Guyton, Lukas Graham, Calum Scott, Nathan Chapman, Toby Gad and Johnny Simpson,

Fraser is set to release his first single, ‘Fever’ this summer.

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