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Frank Fletcher is an American, Independent country music singer/songwriter. Born in south Alabama, he grew up in a small town where neighbors were friends, there is a church on every corner, dirt roads meant freedom, tractors were sexy, and grandpa’s old truck meant everything.

 As far back as four years old, he aspired to entertain: to play music. He began guitar lessons at 12years old and played his first venue at just fourteen years old. Music was extremely significant in his life and eventually became his escape. Growing up, his musical interests expanded far beyond his southern roots developing a collection of musical influences in different genres including the Blues, 90’s Alt Rock, Southern Rock, and 90’s Country. The eclectic group of artists such as Johnny Lang, Allman Brothers, Sublime, & Travis Tritt to today’s artists such as Cody Jinks, inspired the direction of his music career, shaping his raspy, distinctive sound.

As a songwriter, he genuinely believes being “real and present in the moment makes for a great song. Sometimes it is diverse & gritty, sometimes it is raw & uncomplicated, but it is always written with authenticity. The melody is decided by the mood and firsthand experiences write the words. It is a moment in time, I write what I feel in that moment.” Frank Fletcher

The Norrissong Productions recording artist, with an EP release under his belt in 2021, Country Chrome, has been touring relentlessly over the last several years. 2022 is shaping up with over 200 shows booked, another album release, and a new vision. His drive and determination are fierce and notable. Over the span of his career, he has opened for multiple national acts including Confederate Railroad, Tyler Farr, Daryl Worley, 1000 horses, Sister Hazel & Frank Ray to name a few. Frank Fletcher delivers a high-energy performance and unique sound that is unforgettable.

  “This is my life; it is what I am. There is no back-up plan. I just want a sustainable living playing my music and doing what I love to do” Frank Fletcher

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