Gregory Fields – still following his childhood passion

Prior to his recent emergence in smooth jazz with his chill funk/hip-hop/R&B infused vibes, Atlanta-based saxophonist Gregory Fields (aka G. Fields) enjoyed an eclectic career.

A popular hip-hop artist, signing with Warner Bros, Gregory launched his own indie label, opened a recording studio in Huntington, NY, and co-founded multi-faceted music entertainment services company AMS Music Entertainment.

After years of making music and working behind the scenes with other artists, he has returned to his childhood love of the sax to forge his own way as an impactful artist.

He starts 2022 on a positive note with a lush, releasing the title track of his new album.

His seductive and ultra-passionate slow jam ballad (with trippy-cool atmospheric effects) comes with a timely reminder for these challenging times – to live boldly “In the Moment”.

Gregory first picked up the saxophone when he was just 12 years old, and despite moving across different parts of the music industry, continued to perfect his craft. In 2019 he was invited to play at the Annual Mayor’s Ball alongside the likes of Jermaine Dupri and Charlie Wilson.

​With his debut album “In the Moment”, Gregory is ready to serenade the world while placing a twist on his smooth notes.

Steve Hart

Steve Hart

Steve Hart is a journalist and editor based in Melbourne.

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