Patrick Damphier

Record Producer, Songwriter & Musician

Patrick Damphier is a Nashville based record producer, songwriter and musician known as Field Days.  He is also a partner at Club Roar, a popular recording studio and creative clubhouse that has hosted The Raconteurs, Jeff The Brotherhood, LionLimb, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Pujol, among others and is a space the acclaimed singer songwriter Tim Easton recently described as "a cross between Warhol's Factory and Abbey Road."  In addition to Easton, Patrick has worked as a producer and multi-instrumentalist for Photo Ops, New Man, Nicole Atkins, Stone Jack Jones, and The Arcs over the past year.  This is Patrick's Fidelity High: Ray Parker Jr. // Ghostbusters // Flashback Records // 1984.  Patrick says, "This is the first record I ever owned. I specifically requested it for my 5th birthday and my grandmother shipped it to Nashville from New York.  About a week later, I made my first recording by singing along with the instrumental track on side B into a boombox cassette recorder.  That tape has been used as blackmail more than once.  Also, both the song and movie are wonderful."


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