Adam Fields is a multiple Grammy-nominated producer and musician based in Des Moines, Iowa.
The founder of Monumental Records, Fields has developed a distinct musical repertoire as a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and studio engineer.
Producing and collaborating with acts in the Central Iowa music scene and across the country, Fields has released several albums on his Monumental Records music label. Trained on piano, drums and guitar as a child, Fields draws from a diversified musical range. Blending pop, rock, and R&B elements, he first displayed his unique sound for mass audiences while working in the pop music melting pot of Austin, Texas.
Fields earned multiple Grammy nominations from the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences and Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences for production, engineering and keyboard efforts on the Tejano albums “Cookin” (2011) and “All That Jazz” (2008). He is a dual-voting member of the academy.
Fields studied music production at McNally Smith College in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he served as president of the school’s Audio Engineering Society chapter in 2006.
Fields counts among his wide-array of musical influences the works of producers ranging from Quincy Jones to Babyface. On instrumental performances, he finds inspiration from virtuoso pioneers Stevie Ray Vaughan and Stevie Wonder.