About Brick Fields


In 2007 in the quaint city of Eureka Springs, Arkansas -- home of artists, free spirits and the
perennially laid back -- Brick Fields was born when Larry Brick and Rachel Fields met, married,
and began playing music together. Since that time, BF has garnered critical acclaim and
multiple awards for their music.  Moreover, they have won the hearts of loyal fans all over the
world with tunes that are solid like a firm conviction.
For the faithful, Brick Fields has hosted Northwest Arkansas' longest running weekly live music
event. With hundreds of mid-week performances since 2012, what some music lovers who first
attended began calling it their "church" other fans calling it their "therapy," Brick Fields Blues
Therapy continues to enlighten and lift up those who attend every Wednesday night at
Morano's  in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
2020 brought more accolades to Brick Fields Blues Therapy when The Ozark Blues Society Blues
Challenge named BFBT as their representative to the prestigious International Blues
Competition in Memphis, Tennessee. From a field of over 260 performers coming from all over
the world BFBT advanced to the round of 42 in the semi-finals.  

Brick Fields music is much more than blues, though. The Nashville Blues Society has called the
Brick Fields sound "A cleansing of the soul". They've also won folk, songwriting and
regional music awards, with the last recognition being a 2020 win for “Blues Song Of The Year”
at the World Independent Music Awards, voted on by such luminaries as Lucinda Williams, Tom
Waits and even Snoop Dogg.
Working more than 225 regional shows a year and with 6 official album releases, Brick
Fields has been called "a treasure" and "NWA's hardest working musical group," by KUAF's
radio program Ozarks At Large.


Band leader Rachel Fields is a featured Arkansas Arts Council grant recipient and is known for her soaring vocals and edgy flute playing. 

Larry Brick of West Memphis is Rachel's husband, lead guitarist, backing vocalist and founding member. 

Core band members of Brick Fields Blues Therapy include drummer Kevin Bonner of NWA, Bass player Vince Turner of Stillwell OK, guitar player Chris Parker of Tulsa, and sax player Hunter Judkins of Fairbanks, Alaska.

Comfortable with themselves and numerous surprise guests, it is not unusual at a Brick Fields show for the night to end with as many as 20 players on stage. Brick Fields has been called a magnet for musicians and music lovers alike.



Married couple Rachel and Larry are ever-evolving. Their original music charms venues with an intimate, relaxed atmosphere. The acoustic duo tells stories of their lives and their musical roots. 

For larger venues, Brick Fields Blues Therapy guarantees a full-on band experience that brings the house to its feet, time  after time.

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