Signed in 1965 by Florence Greenberg of Scepter Records to sing Winchester Cathedral as lead singer/pianist.Played live with many top Greenwich Village bands including Blood Sweat & Tears, Paul Butterfield Blues Band,David Clayton Thomas,Jimi James & Blue Flame,Blues Project,Chambers Brothers. BMI writer with international hit covered by Maxine Nightingale ("Will You Be My Lover").Released ten songs in 2001.Number one cd for six weeks on mp3.com website. Three winning entries at N.Y.State writers festival.Producing songs with United Choir at Retromedia Sound Studio,featuring Dorothy Moore,Chayna Wilson,Cynthia MacCray & Alison Benes.Ten new releases from song catalogue now on www.radioairplay.com. Special thanks to Marc Norgaard (drums) and Dave DeMarco (bass) for their fine playing on the 2010 tracks and their support for this project. All profits from mp3 sales go to help my daughter Brittany fight R S D (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) Britt's website is: helpbrittbeatrsd.org.
A benefit concert for Britt was held on January 13, 2011.Thanks to Marc Norgaard-drums, Dave DeMarco-Bass, Joe Marascio-Percussion & Harmonica, Kathy Sheppard-Keyboards & Synthesizers, Vaughan Burton-Guitar, Lisa Miller-Violin,Pat Sutor-Sax, United Choir featuring Dorothy Moore, Chayna Wilson, Cynthia McCray, Antwan Michael & Alison Benus, Hannah Zaic-Singer,Rich Taylor-Singer,Jason Milstein-Sound and Matt Lauyer-Video for donating their time and for their fantastic performances.
Steve was first signed by Florence Greenberg of Scepter Records to sing/play on "Winchester Cathedral" ("The Random Blues Band"). Steve jammed with The Blues Project,Paul Butterfield, Blood Sweat&Tears,
Genya Ravan, David Clayton Thomas, The Chambers Brothers,and Jimi James & The Blue Flame. Steve performed live at CBGB's, The Village Gate, Village Vanguard, Bitter End, The Other End, The Underground, The Nite Owl, Reno Sweeney's & The Bottom Line. Known for his percussive right hand and independently running left hand bass lines, Steve played keyboards on many sessions as a studio musician. As a BMI affiliated songwriter, Steve had an international hit with "Will You Be My Lover" recorded by Maxine Nightingale for U/A and performed live by Samantha Sang. Steve performed three winning original entries live at The Bottom Line in N.Y.C for the New York State Songwriters Festival. Ten of Steve's original songs were produced by Tony Camillo (known for "Midnight Train To Georgia by Gladys Knight and The Pips). Years later these recordings were released in 2001 on the www.mp3.com website as "Steve Fields Revisited". This cd remained the number one best selling cd in all categories for more than six weeks running. Steve recorded/produced several original gospel/soul and r&b styled songs at Retromedia Sound Studios in Red Bank, New Jersey. Joining Steve were Antwan Michael, Dorothy Moore, Cynthia MacCray, Chayna Wilson and Alison Benus, all members of United Choir from Hightstown, New Jersey. in 2010, Steve released ten more originals from his song catalogue.