b. USA. After committing himself to his new-found Christian faith in the late 60s, Field forged a musical relationship with three like-minded friends - Chuck Girard, Tom Coomes and Jay Truax - to form Love Song. By 1972 he had moved on to membership of Noah, who toured throughout the European continent and Middle East, recording in Israel and Germany. Most of their shows were at United States military bases in Germany, where they worked on behalf of military chaplains. They also did extensive work in support of drug-prevention campaigns. Field’s first solo album followed his return to the USA in 1975. Maranatha Music released ...And Friends, which led to a series of concert appearances throughout California as well as television showcases. As a talented multi-instrumentalist, counting violin, mandolin, guitar and banjo among his proficiencies, he has also collaborated widely with other gospel music artists, including Pat Boone, Brush Arbor, Ray Hildebrandt, Parable and Gentle Faith.
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