Sawyer Fredericks Research Paper

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After attending Sawyer Fredericks’ Hide Your Ghost tour, I can personally attest to his undeniable talent. Sawyer Fredericks provided an entertaining night that was enjoyed by all. Underground in the Valley Bar, Phoenix, the crowd swayed and sang along with his powerful, moving voice. With smiles on their faces and soul in their veins, fans left filled with contentment. Raised on his family’s farm in Fultonville, New York, Sawyer Fredericks developed a passion for music at a young age. He began teaching himself guitar at just ten years old and released his first demo track at twelve. Merely one year later he released his first album, Out My Window. At fifteen years old, he took to the largest audience of his life: The Voice stage. Turning three chairs in ten seconds, Fredericks was a fan favorite from the start. After breaking multiple records on the show, he eventually became the youngest winner.…show more content…
His second album was heavily influenced by classic folk, blues, and rock. This farm boy turned star has also written or co-written all his songs, producing meaningful lyrics from the heart. With over one hundred original songs, Sawyer Fredericks tells his own story through original, thoughtful lines. Currently, Sawyer is recording his third and most mature album to date: Hide Your Ghost. He previewed a few of the songs from his new album on his tour such as Gasoline and the title track Hide Your Ghost. In the heart of downtown, the Valley Bar has an intimate basement level music room. Unlike many concerts, the size and atmosphere of the bar give the audience a personal, raw interaction with the artist. Additionally, this enables the artist to quickly connect to the crowd in a casual, comfortable way. Being so close to the artists allows the audience to feel their emotions on a deeper level than they would in a normal concert
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