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No Ordinary Eyes
  • Artist: Fraser Gregory
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 5060109099720
  • Item #: SRD090997
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1/9/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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No Ordinary Eyes on CD

Born and bred in the Maltese islands, Fraser fronted the popular Maltese band the Beangrowers in the '90s. Finding himself under demand to go solo both by the Maltese press and his fans, he took time out to craft his folk rock sound and set off around the world performing in the US, UK, Holland, Fiji and Turkey. Fraser appeared on many popular tv shows in Malta, Red TV, the Beat, Siesta and many more. His 'hard to be silent' single appeared many times on the radio by popular request. Since relocating to London in 2003, Fraser has written and performed a body of work that he is ready to unleash to the labels! He has successfully shown his crowd-pulling attractiveness at Chris Peytons infamous cabaret, The Troubadour and many acclaimed acoustic venues ?in Central London. Fraser has written music since the age of 14. Now at 28, with the distinct vocal intimacy of Chris Isaak smooching Nick Drake - yet with the lyrical sensitivity of Iron and Wine and the pop potential of James Blunt and Willy Mason - Fraser is ripe and ready to collaborate with producers and songwriters alike. 'A mesmerising and talented performer' - Luke Tranter, The Maltese Sunday Times 'A cross between Chris Isaak and Nick Drake' - Amanda Glen, The Troubador UK 'Go see this artist you will not be disappointed' - Michael Bugeja, The Malta.