Contemporary R&B singer and songwriter Curtis Fields was born in Montgomery, Alabama but lived in a number of other Southern cities, including Birmingham, Little Rock, and Nashville. While attending Nashville's Fisk University, he was part of the Fisk Jubilee Singers, an a cappella ensemble that originated in the late 19th century. He eventually gravitated toward recording music -- including originals and covers -- with phone apps. A talent audition brought him to the attention of Ray Daniels of Raydar Management, and within a short time frame, Fields was signed to Epic. Among Fields' first releases for the major label were "Opposites Attract" (2013) and "Fool for You" (2015), a pair of refined, heartfelt ballads. ~ Andy Kellman
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