Described as a Harley enthusiast and outlaw singer, musician Creed Fisher embodies a love for America within his music and a sense of biker pride everyone in the two-wheeled community can relate to.
Born a Texan musician, Fisher has performed at multiple Sturgis Motorcycle Rallies to an audience of fellow bikers, including the most recent edition of Sturgis in August 2021. In addition, Fisher has played at other motorcycle rallies across the States, including the Lone Star Bike Rally in Galveston, Texas, and Daytona Bike Week at the Iron Horse Saloon.
With his values and music style matching that of so many in the motorcycle community, playing so many biker rallies has been said to have helped launch Fisher’s music career. It’s no wonder that motorcycles continue to intertwine with the music he produces.
The music video for his new song, The Good Ol’ U.S. of A., was released on YouTube on October 22nd, 2021, and already has over 80,000 views. Fans praise Fisher for making music for the average American, and the comments flooding this music video echo that same sentiment. The country singer said, “A big part of my music is patriotic and for the working class. I relate to my music because I lived it.” The general consensus seems to be that a lot of other Americans are living it, too.
A Harley-Davidson Fat Boy is featured in the video, tying the musician’s biker roots back into the music he’s putting out into the world with this nifty softail cruiser. The scenic shots of the cruiser include angles from up above, the side, and head-on as it rolls down a paved country road, winding through trees and fields with the singer and passenger stoic on the seat. The video closes out on the fading image of an American flag.
This song and music video come from Fisher’s new album Whiskey and the Dog, which was released on October 22nd, 2021, and is already at #4 on the iTunes Country charts. The music video is available to watch here.