Chris Fyfe is a Multi-Award Winning Vocalist, Instrumentalist and Songwriter with over 40 years in the entertainment business. An accomplished entertainer from the State of Maine. An official Maine Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee and recipient of the Maine Country Music Living Legend Award. He was also inducted into the Maine Ole' Opry in 2014. Chris was also awarded three awards in 2014 from the Maine Academy of Country Music... Male Vocalist of the Year... Instrumentalist of the Year... and Entertainer of the Year.
Chris Fyfe influences
Chris Fyfe is influenced by the likes of Merle Haggard, Jim Reeves, Waylon Jennings, Bob Wills, Asleep at the Wheel and Floyd Cramer. Chris Fyfe has intertwined those influences into his own unique style. His performances are energetically received and attended.
Chris Fyfe credits
Chris Fyfe is often hired as a contract musician for studios, nationwide acts requiring his instrumental ability, and has recently played the piano in stage shows for Johnny Tillotson, Tony Booth, and Michael Twitty, amongst others.
Chris Fyfe was born in Gardiner Maine, and currently resides in Pittston Maine. He comes from a long line of musicians in his family. He started to perform publicly at the age of 6 at a local Grange Hall. He would attend the many practices that his father attended in a group his Uncle had put together. They would allow him to sing at these rehearsals, and sing publicly at their dances.
At the age of 15, Chris Fyfe was performing solo acts on his own. His band, Aces & Eights, was formed in the latter part of the 1980's and they were a mainstay in the Country Music scene for many years. Chris went on to perform after the disbanding of Aces & Eights, and he is currently very active in the country music scene.
Chris has won many awards throughout his musical career. Male Vocalist, Songwriter, Instrumentalist, Soloist awards just to name a few. Chris has been a long time fan of the works of Merle Haggard, Jim Reeves, Floyd Cramer, Asleep at the Wheel, and Bob Wills... Chris Fyfe has taken all of these influences and intertwined them into his own style.