“"Rachel Fields is as soulful as they get! A National Treasure!" ”
— Jude Gold / Guitar Player Magazine
“An Unleashed cleansing of the soul” ..Nashville Blues Society.
"One of the most soulful singers in the world!" ... RJ Mischo
"Rachel Fields is one of the premier artist on the scene today!" .. Randy Oxford
“These two make the blues what it is today!”
About Brick Fields: Who they are and What to expect.
By combining Blues, Gospel, Americana and Folk along with an array of instruments Brick Fields sound is truly unique earning Rachel the title of "The Queen of The Ozark Gospel Blues" by those who love them.
Brick Fields began in 2007, when Larry Brick and Rachel Fields met, married, and began playing music together in the tourist town of Eureka Springs, Arkansas--home of artists, free spirits, and several annual music festivals including The Ozark Folk Festival and Eureka Rhythm and Blues Weekend. Over the years, Brick Fields has won multiple awards for their music.
Since 2012, Brick Fields has hosted Northwest Arkansas' longest running weekly live music event. It takes place every Wednesday night at Morano’s in Fayetteville, AR..
Due to the soul-soothing nature of the event, music lovers who first attended began calling it their "church;" other fans called it their "therapy," Soon, Brick Fields Blues Therapy was born.
Brick Fields Blues Therapy recently won The Ozark Blues Society Blues Challenge (for the third time) and went on to represent Northwest Arkansas at the 2020 International Blues Competition in Memphis. There, in a field of over 260 performers, they advanced to the semi-finals. Some may say this puts them in the top 40 of the best blues bands in the world!
Brick Fields music is much more than blues, though. Their sound has been called "A cleansing of the soul" by Nashville's Blues Society and Rachel has been called "A National Treasure!" by Jude Gold of Jefferson Starship.
Brick Fields have shared their music across the United States including three tours on the west coast and a tour through Israel in 2015.
Working more than 225 regional shows a year and with 5 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.
ABOUT THE BAND MEMBERS
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 Hoobie Daniels of South Mississippi, 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.
ABOUT THE DUO
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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"Pure soul and the greatest expression of the deepest emotions."
... Dave Rubin / Author, Hal Leonard Co.