I was born into a loving Christian family and raised in Kamiah, Idaho - a small town located on the Nez Perce Indian Reservation. My dad worked in the timber industry and my mom was a traditional homemaker. Both of my parents were musicians, so music always had a special place while my sister, brother and I were growing up. In fact, reunions with the Frazier clan always had three main ingredients: lots of love, big laughs and MUSIC. As cliche' as it sounds, I clearly remember getting pulled away from playing with my cousins to perform a recital piece on an old upright piano that had been moved out onto the front porch of my Aunt and Uncle's house. These get-togethers were full-fledged jam sessions with guitars, fiddles, banjos, rattle-bones and even a musical saw and a jews harp! Your don't really appreciate those times until you get older and realize that - "not everybody's family did that!" What a gift, and what precious memories I have....
After graduating from high school I went on to complete a Bachelor of Science in education and a minor in music at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. I now live in Craigmont, Idaho where my husband and son farm on the beautiful Camas Prairie. Our daughter currently attends the University of Idaho.
I taught piano in my home for several years and eventually became the community librarian. I worked during school hours so I could be home while my kids were growing up. I resigned from the library district a few years ago to devote more time to my music. I have been singing and playing piano since childhood and discovered song-writing during my college years. I serve as pianist and choir member at Winchester Community Church where I am continually blessed by my loving "church family." I'm now surviving displaced motherhood by pursuing my passion to honor God, our troops and our veterans with -