Lee Fields Schedule
During his multi-dimensional 40+ year career, Lee Fields has shared the stage with soul and
R&B icons like O.V. Wright, Little Royal, Darrell Banks, Kool and the Gang and Hip Huggers. Fields is recognized for "Bewildered"
b/w "Tell Her I Love Her" and "Let's Talk It Over" b/w "She's a Love Maker." "Everybody Gonna Give Their Thing Away to Somebody
(Sometime)" b/w "East Coast Rapper" was also another valued item. Let's Talk It Over, a full-length album, also graduated
to become an authentic and treasured collectors' item.
For the better part of the '80s, Fields remained in the shadows,
but made an extraordinary return in the '90s, premiering with Enough Is Enough. He peddled his brand of blues and soul music
around the Southern circuit, decked out in over-the-top costumes, singing romantic tunes to audiences comprised mostly of
Today, Lee Fields is still roaming around stages. You can check right here on StubHub to find out where Fields
is headed next. And don't forget to keep StubHub in mind for getting the latest and greatest information on venue details,
ticket availability, concert listings, seating charts and more. Take a look today!
Lee Fields Background
"Lee" Fields got his start when he cranked out a string of singles for many small labels over 40 years ago. Fields thought
very highly of the godfather of soul James Brown as reflected in his own image, persona and vocals. The resemblance was so
strong that he was nicknamed "Little J.B." Although Fields never officially made the big time, his tracks went on to become
coveted collectors' items. After a long-term break, Fields surfaced again in the '90s as a soul-blues artist. He often made
the rounds on the Southern circuit, performing for audiences - mainly comprised of females. Fields managed to carve a niche
during that era courtesy of sample-infatuated hip-hop artists and British rare-groove enthusiasts. Rejuvenated by his return
to funk, reminiscent of James Brown, Fields paved the way for the movement billed as the "deep funk movement."
Lee Fields' storied discography is comprised of: Let's Talk It Over (1979); Enough Is Enough (1992);
Coming to Tear the Roof Down (1995); Dreaming Big Time (1996); It's Hard to Go Back After Loving You (1998); Let's Get a Groove
On (1999); Problems (2002); My World (2009); Faithful Man (2012); and Emma Jean (2014).
Lee Fields Trivia
in 1951, Lee Fields hit the music scene hard in 1969 with his first singles, "Bewildered" and "Tell Her I Love Her", to widespread
acclaim and success. The work that Lee released throughout the '70s were as prized as ever, but he decided to take it easy
music-wise for most of the '80s. It was with much surprise and pleasure that Lee Fields emerged in the '90s with his first
album in a decade, the 1992 release of Enough Is Enough. This album was a stellar success, followed up with even more critically
acclaimed albums to appease his many fans.With a discography of over nine albums, Lee has made himself the go-to artist for
anyone in the market for some funky soul like none other.
Lee Fields Concert Experience
There has never
been a better time to head out to an exciting concert packed with moments that you'll be talking about with friends long after
it's over. We all know there are a variety of ways to get your music in today's day and age, but to see one of your favorite
artists perform live on stage gives you a completely different perception and experience! Why miss out on the chance to feel
the beats coarse through your veins surrounded by hundreds of other fans who share in your passion for the music?
Fields has been around the block a time or two. For over four decades, Fields has captured the attention of audiences with
his brand of soulful funk. So drop that bag of chips, get off the couch and head out for a night of captivating music by Lee
Fields. The concert experience is nothing short of spectacular, as any fan can confirm, but it's still something that you
have to embrace if you want to truly appreciate. When a talented singer like Lee Fields takes the stage, the vibe is ever-present,
giving you plenty of reasons to click off the big-screen and head out to see it all happen up close and personal as Lee Fields
looks to put on yet another fantastic show for his devout fan base.
You're in luck this year to catch a live performance
because Lee Fields is making his way across the country with shows set for San Francisco and West Hollywood. Make sure you
get your own tickets for one of these shows before they're all gone! All you need to do is check right here on StubHub for
ticket availability. It's that simple!