Gregg Field

Music producer; former drummer for Ella Fitzgerald

Music producer, former drummer for Ella Fitzgerald

Gregg Field on KCRW

Ella Fitzgerald’s 1958 performance at the Hollywood Bowl is now released as an album. She was at the prime of her talent, says her former drummer Gregg Field.

Why Ella Fitzgerald is timeless, from 1958 at Hollywood Bowl to decades later

Ella Fitzgerald’s 1958 performance at the Hollywood Bowl is now released as an album. She was at the prime of her talent, says her former drummer Gregg Field.

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