Biography

Biography

Kevin FrazierKevin Frazier is a California native born in San Francisco and raised in Marin County. Marin was a breeding ground for many talented musicians and Kevin had the opportunity to play with many amazing artists. He has a passion for music that can be heard in the way he plays his saxophone. Kevin’s love for music has followed him in his business ventures as well. He was the Marketing and Operations Manager at NHT in Benicia for 5 years. While at NHT, Kevin joined the company band who would frequently have jam sessions in the warehouse after the work day was over. The band got so good they entered a “Battle of the Bands” contest at a CES conference in Las Vegas and were awarded the grand prize. After NHT, Kevin and a few NHT Colleagues started a new amplifier business and launched the world’s first battery powered tube 60 watt guitar amplifier in early 2010. Presently they are building a line of battery powered pedalboards. These “Pedal Jeanie” pedalboards are available in retail music stores in the U.S. and abroad. See Grid 1 for more information.

As a professional saxophone player for over 30 years, he has shared the stage with Huey Lewis, Elvin Bishop, Clarence Clemmons, Davey Pattison, Tommy Rox, Danny Castro, and many others. His desire to play with the latest digital audio gear inspired him to purchase a 24-track music studio in Los Angeles where he co-produced and engineered his first CD titled, “Gemini”. In 2011 he was featured on the Sierra Nights, West Coast CD by Cylinder Records.As Vice President of Marketing for 21st Century Media, he co-produced one of the first Enhanced CD’s in the market – a virtual tour of the top recording studios in the world including George Lucas’s Skywalker Ranch, Ocean Way, Guillaume Tell, Wisseloord, and The Church Studios owned by Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics. The CD titled“Prestige Studios of the World” contained Quicktime VR studio tours, and was distributed on the cover of Mix Magazine.

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