(Nashville, TN – March 4, 2010) Moxy Records recording artist Chelsea Field has wrapped up her first Country Radio Seminar and will release her debut single, “Things I Should’ve Said,” in the coming weeks to Country radio.
Field attended CRS 2010 in Nashville last week (Feb. 24-26), where she spent several days doing interviews, networking and preparing for the release of her first single, “Things I Should’ve Said.” She also helped to close out this year’s CRS with a performance at Digital Rodeo’s “Guilty Pleasures” show on Friday night alongside acts like Emily West, Love & Theft, Mark Wills, Steve Azar, Julie Roberts, Buddy Jewell, Mallary Hope, Bomshel and Laura Bell Bundy.
“The whole CRS experience for me was just amazing,” says Field. “There is so much you can learn about the Country radio business at CRS, and the timing of it couldn’t have been better for me, personally. We got feedback from so many people at the seminar, and I know it’s going to help us when we release ‘Things I Should’ve Said’ in the coming weeks.”
Award-winning songwriter and producer Trey Bruce (Trace Adkins, Chris Ledoux, Rebecca Lynn Howard) produced Field’s debut album and single. In February, Field became the first artist to sign with new Nashville-based independent label, Moxy Records.
A video is currently being planned for “Things I Should’ve Said.” Field’s debut album is scheduled for release in summer 2010.
For more information about Chelsea Field, visit www.ChelseaFieldOfficial.com.
Moxy Records recording artist Chelsea Field (r) poses with fellow Country newcomer Laura Bell Bundy after the Digital Rodeo “Guilty Pleasures” show. The event closed out CRS 2010 in downtown Nashville on Friday, Feb. 26, 2010. Photo: Randi Radcliff