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The Artist Loft Welcomes Recording Artist/Actress Dana Fields

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A native of Western Pennsylvania, Dana Fields is a chosen vessel of God and exemplifies the life of Christ through her devotion to God, family and ministry. Born in Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania, she is the younger of two daughters born to Rev. Dr. William and Rev. Dr. Barbara Terry. Actively singing since age 3, Dana grew up as part of the family quartet which traveled to various churches and events. The rich family legacy of music and ministry has been passed down to her for more than four generations.  She has been gifted by God to love the arts from singing, writing, the visual arts, acting and modeling.  She is a singer/songwriter/lyricist at heart and chooses to use her gifts and talents to glorify God. In doing so, Dana’s music ministry is power-packed with vibrant vocals and relevant lyrics that will elevate the listener to a higher realm of personal praise! Her style is a blend of Contemporary Christian, Praise and Worship, Jazz and R&B with a solid foundation of Gospel.

Some of her musical and speaking appearances include, AG-Women of Purpose Conferences, Victorious Christian Women/Excellence Conferences, The Mighty Men of Valor National Men’s Conferences, Pennsylvania Baptist Convention, Southern Baptist Convention, The Gospel Heritage Foundation-Praise and Worship Conference, Messiah College and the American Music Fest. She has opened for various groups and artists such as Spirit Filled Ministries of Pittsburgh, PA, The Wilmington-Chester Mass Choir, The Gabriel Hardman Delegation, Vicki Winans and Ernest Pugh to name few. She has sung background vocals for national and international gospel recording artists Steven Hurd, Tonex, Elder William Murphy, Yolanda Adams and Donnie McClurkin. And she was a featured National Anthem vocalist for the former Harrisburg’s Arena football team, the Stampede.

 

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