Copper Fields: Live at City View Sound
Copper Fields‘ songs have powerful lyrics, a crisp and full sound, and a blend of voices that rise in harmony. There is a story told through both their lyrical content and their instrumentation, which is alt-Americana tastefully merged with indie rock and a splash of old soul. Your head and your heart are sure to be moved.
Jason Ziegler, on rhythm guitar and lead vocals, has a tenor voice that is well-rounded and perfectly paired with Kirk Patnaude’s rich baritone. Kirk creatively weaves banjo and lap steel within the songs, only to pull on your heartstrings a little more. Jason and Kirk are a songwriting duo that will reach in and bring out a smile and a tear.
The band is made complete with Bob Noble on electric and upright bass, and his work is tight, yet smooth like butter. With their soulful harmonies and backwoods vibe, it is no wonder they have been described as a “cool breeze on a warm summer night” and “cotton in your ears.”
In this episode of Live at City View Sound, Copper Fields performs their song, “So Wrong it’s Right,” and talks about their blend of musical styles.
Live at City View Sound connects the face to the voice, the emotion to the artist, and the recordings to a raw performance. This series features artists of all genres, with each episode consisting of a 3-4 minute interview and an acoustic performance. Every artist has a craft and his or her own unique sound. Live at City View Sound strives to showcase these artists in their own element.