The Life and Music of Creed Fisher: A Journey Through Outlaw Country

Creed Fisher is a name that resonates with fans of outlaw country music. Born on September 19, 1972, in the United States, Fisher’s journey into the world of music is as intriguing as his songs. A native of West Texas, Fisher wrote his first song at age 9, but his early life was dominated by sports rather than music. He played football in the minor leagues for nine years, but when his football career and long-term marriage both came to an end, Fisher found comfort in music.

Early Career

Fisher began his professional music career in 2012 with the single “I’ll Keep Drinkin’.” This was soon followed by his debut album, Down Here in Texas, which solidified his reputation in the Odessa, Texas region. His second album, Ain’t Scared to Bleed, followed shortly after and made the Top 30 on the iTunes Country charts.

Musical Style and Influence

Fisher is unapologetically a “redneck” American, and his music reflects that. Creed Fisher songs are raw, unfiltered, and deeply rooted in traditional country music. He has often been compared to legends like Hank Williams, and his music is a blend of modern themes with traditional country elements. Fisher’s music is not just about melody and rhythm; it’s about storytelling. His lyrics often delve into his life experiences, ranging from great victories to deep battle scars.

Recent Works and Recognition

In 2016, Fisher released the full-length album Rednecks Like Us, which received a 4 out of 5-star review from Country Music People magazine. The album was praised for its confident and authoritative singing and writing. Recently, in 2021, Fisher has been back on the road touring and is looking forward to releasing new music for his fans.

Independent Success

What sets Fisher apart is his independent approach to his career. He has released more than 11 albums independently and has amassed nearly 60 million views on YouTube and nearly 100 million streams on Spotify. Fisher’s music speaks to a wide audience who identify with his outlaw, blue-collar lifestyle.

 Creed Fisher is more than just a musician; he’s a storyteller, a poet, and a reflection of the American spirit. His journey from a minor league football player to a respected name in the outlaw country music scene is a testament to his talent, resilience, and unyielding passion for music.

See Creed Fisher at Main Street Crossing

You can see Creed Fisher perform in an intimate concert setting at Main Street Crossing on November 29 and 30, 2023, at 8:00 p.m. Click here to purchase tickets.

 Main Street Crossing in Tomball, Texas is one of the best small music venues in the Houston metro area. This unique nonprofit in a historical venue hosts country, Americana, folk, blues, and other types of music artists in an intimate setting: the furthest seat is only 45 feet from the stage. MSC also offers food, beverages, table service, and community seating, making it easier to interact with fellow concertgoers and even performing artists. Parking is convenient and stress-free.

Main Street Crossing additionally functions as a multi-use venue for church services, concerts, and more located in Tomball. Check out our event calendar and enjoy entertainment in support of good causes!