Sam has performed with such stars as Mel Tillis, Tammy Wynette, Johnny Paycheck, Gene Watson
and Jerry Lee Lewis, to name a few. He also starred on "The Country Boy Eddie Show", for fourteen
years, one of the deep south's longest running television shows. He has appeared at some of the
most famous country clubs such as Gilley's in Pasadena Texas, to a sellout crowd, and The Stockyard
in Nashville. For eight years Sam has appeared at The Nashville Fanfare, The Opryland Hall Of Fame and
Sonny Duke's in Birmingham Alabama. Sam also showcased at the Indie Bullet Country Awards Show
in Knoxville Tennessee, performed at The Palamino Club in North Hollywood California and at
My Place in Santa Monica California.
In January 1991, Sam's hit single "Forty Acres of Hillside Mountain Land" soared to #1 of the
Indie Bullet Magazine Chart, as well as many other Indie charts. Radio stations nationally and
internationally are requesting Sam's records and tapes for their country listeners.
In 1988 he was awarded as an Honorary Member of the Tri State Country Music Association.
Sam Frazier, Jr. has a compelling, yet smooth flavor. He has given an added style to country
music entertainment. It is no wonder that many of Sam's performances have been standing room only.
With his dynamic showmanship, crooning voice and huggable teddy bear looks, it's no surprise that
audiences everywhere love Sam Frazier.