Stemming from the pines of the Carolinas to the swamps of South Georgia, members of The Deadfields converged in Atlanta Georgia in early 2011 for a simple, honest mission: to have fun writing and performing meaningful music.
The group's founding members knew they had something special from the get-go. Geoff Reid and Jeff Gardner began booking and performing shows before the lineup was complete and immediately started work writing, selecting, and recording songs that would become the band's debut release, "Dance In The Sun." After an effortless search for like-minded musical souls, Corey Chapman, Brandon Markert, and Chase Alger came on board to complete the line up in mid 2011.

The Americana/Folk-rock outfit's 2012 independent release, "Dance in The Sun," has since and so far climbed to #99 on the AMA (American Music Association) charts, reached #8 on the FAR (Freeform Americana Roots) charts, and achieved #61 status on the Roots 66 (The Alternate Roots) charts. The collection of songs was well received and reviews for the debut began pouring in.

The band's follow-up release, "Often Wrong Never In Doubt," (2013) was a year in the making, but well worth the wait. The band worked in studio time between many dates on the road and finished song selection for the album based on live fan reaction and the overall energy of the songs on stage. "Often Wrong, Never In Doubt" certainly shows the growth and maturity of the band in songwriting collaboration and musically as a whole. Completely self produced, engineered, recorded and released, this album shows The Deadfields' true commitment to sticking to their guns and doing things on their own terms without compromising quality. In persistent Deadfields' fashion, the group is already writing material for 2014.

Accessible, yet fresh and distinct, The Deadfields' energy and sound stir up a feeling similar to that of the Randy Rogers Band, the Old 97's, or the Avett Brothers. And their passion to create meaningful music bleeds through every performance, like a band on a mission.

They'll yell. They'll stomp. They'll push. Push back. They can take it.
Geoff Reid - guitars, vocals, harmonica
Jeff Gardner - guitars, vocals, mandolin
Corey Chapman - pedal steel, dobro, banjo
Chase Alger - bass guitar, vocals
Brandon Russell Jay - drums, vocals








311 - Amber

A-Ha - Take On Me

Allman Brothers - Sweet Melissa

Allman Brothers - Midnight Rider

Allman Brothers - Ramblin' Man

Avett Brothers - Headful of Doubt

Avett Brothers - I & Love & You

Avett Brothers - At the Beach

Avett Brothers - And it Spread

Barry Manilow - Copacabana

Beck - Loser

Ben E King - Stand By Me

Ben Harper - Burn One Down

Bill Withers - Use Me

Bill Withers - Ain't No Sunshine

Black Keys - Lonely Boy

Blind Melon - No Rain

Bob Dylan - Knockin on Heavens Door

Bob Marley - 3 Little Birds

Bob Marley - Stir It Up

Bryan Adams - Cuts Like a Knife

CCR - Have You Ever Seen the Rain

CCR - Midnight Special

CCR - Bad Moon Rising

Cee Lo Green - Fuck You

Chris Young - You

City and Colour - The Girl

Counting Crows - Long December

Cracker - Sweet Potato

Cracker - Low

Cracker - Get off This

Cracker - Eurotrash Girl

Cyndi Lauper - Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Doobie Brothers - Fly Like an Eagle

Driveby Truckers - Never Gonna Change

Drivin' N' Cryin - Straight To Hell

Drivin' N' Cryin - Honey Suckle Blue

Eddie Rabbitt - I Love a Rainy Night

Eddie Veddar - Big Hard Sun

Elvis - Suspicious Minds

Foo Fighters - Times Like These

Foo Fighters - Everlong

Foo Fighters - Wheels

Garth Brooks - Friends in low Places

Gotye - Somebody That I Used to Know

Grateful Dead - I know you Rider

Grateful Dead - Jack A Roe

Grateful Dead - Dark Hollow

Grateful Dead - Friend of the Devil

Guns & Roses - Sweet Child of Mine

James Taylor - How Sweet it is to Be Loved By You

Jane's Addiction - Jane Says

Joe Cocker - Feelin' Alright

John Cougar Mellancamp - Authority Song

Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues

Johnny Cash - Ring of Fire

Journey - Faithfully

Katy Perry - Dark Horse

Lorde (bluegrass version) - Royals

Lynard Skynard - Simple Man

Marshall Tucker Band - Can't You See

Michael Jackson - Billie Jean

Motley Crue - Kickstart my Heart

Mumford & Sons - The Cave

Neil Diamond - Faces

Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline

Nirvana - All Apologies

Nirvana - The Man Who Sold the World

Nirvana - Where Did You Sleep Last Night

Oasis - Wonderwall

Oasis - Champaign Supernova

Old 97's - Timb Bomb

Old Crow Medicine Show - Down Home Girl

Old Crow Medicine Show - Wagon Wheel

OMD - If You Leave

Pearl Jam - Daughter

Pearl Jam - Black

Pearl Jam - Jeremy

Pearl Jam - Off He Goes

Pearl Jam - Smile

Pearl Jam - Corduroy

Pearl Jam - Yellow Ledbetter

Pearl Jam - Last Kiss

Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack

Ray LaMontagne - Three more Days

Red Hot Chili Peppers - By the way

Red Hot Chili Peppers - Under the Bridge

Rod Stewart - You're In My Heart

Rod Stewart - Forever Young

Rolling Stones - You Can't Always Get What You Want

Rolling Stones - Honky Tonk Women

Rolling Stones - Sweet Virginia

Ryan Adams - Firecracker

Ryan Adams - To Be Young...

Ryan Adams - Let it Ride

Ryan Adams - Sweet Carolina

Sly & the Family Stone - Everyday People

Snoop Dogg - Gin and Juice

Soggy Bottom Boys - Man of Constant Sorrow

Son Volt - Windfall

Stone Temple Pilots - Interstate Love Song

Sublime - Badfish

Sublime - What I Got

Sublime - Caress Me Down

Temple of the Dog - Hunger Strike

Temple of The Dog - Hunger Strike

The Band - Ophelia

The Band - The Weight

The Beatles - In My Life

The Doors - People Are Strange

The Eagles - Take it Easy

the Faces - Ooh La La

Tom Petty - American Girl

Tom Petty - You Don't Know How it Feels

Tom Petty - You Wreck Me

Van Halen - Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love

Van Morrison - Into the Mystic

Violent Femmes - Kiss Off

Violent Femmes - Blister in the Sun

Whiskeytown - 16 Days

Wilco - Forget the Flowers

Willie Nelson - On The Road Again