Fraley signed a producer/publishing deal with Sony LA quickly after graduating in 2000 from Belmont. He was soon working and writing with some of Nashville’s finest. Tommy Sims (Eric Clapton/Bruce Springsteen/Garth Brooks) quickly took him under his wing and put him to work on albums he was producing. Fraley’s cross-genre abilities as a writer, vocalist and instrumentalist led him to being on tour, playing stadiums with Gretchen Wilson and having a multi-platinum song in the Korean Pop market whose accompanying music video has crossed over 65 million views on YouTube.
While being band leader for American Idol finalist Danny Gokey, Fraley found himself on tours with artists such as Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum and Tim McGraw. He played and sang with Carrie Underwood at LP Field during CMA Fest in 2015 and was also invited to play for Meghan Trainor on her collaboration with Miranda Lambert during the 2014 CMA Awards.
Fraley’s story is one that shows that hard work pays off. He’s always felt that what makes Nashville great is everyone’s willingness to help one another, and his work ethic is influenced by of one of his favorite sayings: “Separate the word impossible and what do you get… I’m Possible.”