Welcome to the kevfrazier.com website! Many of you already know the wonderful music Kevin Frazier delivers when playing smooth jazz saxophone to the grooves of David Sanborn, Boney James, Grover Washington Jr. and others. Kevin was featured on the collaboration CD “Sierra Nights” which includes incredible musicians from across the country. Band members include Mo Pleasure on bass, keys, trumpet, and flugelhorn (musical director for Michael Jackson’s “This is it”), Oscar Seaton on drums (toured with Bozz Skaggs, Lionel Ritchie, and Grover Washington Jr.), Forrest “Frosty” Lawson on trumpet, flugelhorn, trombone, and sax (played with the Village People, John Sembello, Branford Marsalis, Chuck Mangione). We called the band “West Coast”, as most of the players and the two writers Tim Stretton and Ruben Diaz were on the west coast.
Kevin recently designed and launched the new Empress Theatre website and is also in the house band (The North Bay All-Stars) that plays the first and third Wednesday every month from 7pm to 10pm.
During the day Kevin manages ADK Hifi Pro Audio Repair where he is a partner with former NHT tech David Padilla. He and Dave also launched Grid 1, a battery powered audio company that manufactured the first 60 watt battery powered tube amplifier and the popular Pedal Jeanie battery powered pedalboards. In the evenings and on Weekends he can be found playing music all around the bay area. Currently he plays with the North Bay All-Stars at the Empress Theatre on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month. He also plays with the Jazz Explosion Band at the Union Hotel in Benicia on Thursday evenings. Kevin’s smooth jazz saxophone is perfect for corporate events, weddings, clubs, and wineries. He also enjoys helping non-profit organizations by donating his time to play at important bay area events throughout the year.
Kevin Frazier plays throughout Northern California, the Bay Area, Solano County, Marin County and the Napa Valley. He also plays with a number of popular bay area bands (check out the video page to see a “live” video clips). Start off your private party with a light smooth jazz duo, then get the party dancing with a full band.Share This Page