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Rob Frazier is listed in the credits for the following albums:
- 1979 - Petra - Washes Whiter Than: Songwriter, Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
- 1981 - Steve Camp - For Every Man: Songwriter
- 1983 - Steve Camp - Fire and Ice: Songwriter, Background Vocals
- 1984 - Steve Camp - It's a Dying World: Songwriter
- 1985 - Steve Camp - Shake Me to Wake Me: Production Assistance, Background Vocal Arranger, Songwriter, Background Vocals
- 1985 - The Cause - Do Something Now: Choir
- 1985 - Wendell Burton - Heart of Eternity: Songwriter
- 1986 - Steve Camp - One on One: Songwriter
- 1986 - Rick Cua - Wear Your Colors: Background Vocals
- 1987 - Margaret Becker - Never For Nothing: Songwriter
- 1987 - Dave Perkins - Innocence: Background Vocals
- 1987 - Steve Camp - After God's Own Heart: Songwriter
- 1988 - Geoff Moore & The Distance - A Place to Stand: Songwriter
- 1988 - Steve Camp - Compact Favorites: Songwriter, Background Vocals
- 1988 - Steve Camp - Justice: Songwriter, Background Vocals
- 1991 - Steve Camp - Consider the Cost: Songwriter
- 1993 - Pam Thum - Pam Thum: Background Vocals
- 1993 - Steve Camp - Taking Heaven by Storm: Songwriter
- 1994 - Steve Camp - Mercy in the Wilderness: Songwriter
- 1995 - Kenny Marks - World Gone Mad: Songwriter
- 1996 - Petra - The Early Years: Songwriter, Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
- 1999 - Rob Frazier - Jammin' The Blues: Producer,Vocals, Accoustic and Slide guitar, Keyboards
Rob Frazier (born October 31, 1953) is a Christian artist, musician, songwriter, producer, worship leader, speaker, and pastor.
Frazier is the son of a pastor. He was raised near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and studied in King's College, New York City.
Over the years, Frazier has collaborated with numerous artists in and outside the CCM scene, including co-writing the 1982 Kansas hit "Play the Game Tonight".
After Petra, Frazier embarked in a prolific solo career releasing several albums in the meantime, as well as frequently collaborating with Steve Camp.
Wikipedia contributors. Rob Frazier. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. May 20, 2010, 20:36 UTC. Available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rob_Frazier&oldid=363263859. Accessed November 18, 2010.
Rob is currently on staff at Belmont Church in Nashville, Tennessee where he serves as a worship leader. He continues to tour and perform as well.Edit