Fraser Ross is a songwriter with a big heart and heavy hands,
who could charm the pants off a librarian.

He sounds great around a campfire,
or with a glass of red wine.

On stage he occassionally nails a good joke, while
presenting his songs with a small guitar and a big voice.

Like Tom Waits, Daniel Johnston, Bob Dylan or Leonard Cohen,
he sings from the gutter.

But you do get the sense
he’s looking at the stars.

“New Zealand’s best kept musical secret”
– Capital Times (Wellington, NZ)

“One of the best musicians, amazing song writer, reminds me of a kiwi Billy Connelly”
– Steven Morrison (The View)

“Do you know G.L.O.R.I.A. ?”
– Bill Murray