Jake Fields


Amanda Blide


For Jake Fields, all it took was $70 and a thrift store visit to drop professional baseball aspirations to dedicate his life to music. What Fields got in return was a guitar, amplifier, and an unrelenting dream to become a professional musician. After falling deeply in love with songwriting and performing, Jake Fields decided to focus his ambition towards becoming a full-time musician and eventually releasing an EP of original tracks.

Today, those ambitious goals have become his reality. Fields has recently teamed up with established producer Jim McGorman (Avril Lavigne/Marc Broussard) to record his first EP, Someday You’ll Be Mine which is expected to drop in early 2019.

Showcasing his eclectic tastes of pop rock, blues, and folk sensibilities, Fields has already released two debut singles titled “Snake Eyes” and “Memories of 45’s,” the latter of which has garnered over 100,000 streams on Spotify. Often described as a blend between John Mayer & Phil Collins, Fields has showcased his talents in a number of live performances including an opening act for Kate Voegele at The Troubadour in Hollywood. With the release of his passion-project Someday You’ll Be Mine around the corner, it is an exciting time to be a Jakes Fields fan, no doubt.

To stay up to date with him, visit his website at JakeFieldsMusic.com