#DISCOVER | BEN FIELDS, SKYE STEELE, KADY Z, & MORE

Every weekday we pick one Songspace artist/track to be the featured Daily Discovery on AmericanSongwriter.com. Below is the week of 11.10 - 11.14.14.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10

Name: Ben Fields
Song Title: "Worry"
Hometown: Rochester, NY

Ben Fields brings a style of introspective songwriting pioneered by artists like Nick Drake and Van Morrison. A stylistic homogeny of Harry Nilsson, The Beatles, Curtis Mayfield, and Lowell George gives his upcoming debut album, Extraordinary Light, a sound that defined an era. The album was released in June, and you can check out his tour dates here.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11

Name: Skye Steele
Song Title: "The People Make The Music"
Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

Skye Steele is a songwriter, improvising violinist, and composer living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Click here for a list of tour dates to see if he is playing in a city near you.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12

Name: Kady Z
Song Title: "Ordinary Girl"
Hometown: New York, NY

Singing and performing since the age of three, rising pop songstress, Kady Z,recently released Ordinary Girl Undone, a 5 track acoustic EP. Taking her cues from the likes of pop goddesses Robyn & Gwen Stefani, the stripped down EP highlights Kady’s warm, lush vocals and superlative songwriting. You can pick up your copy here.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13

Name: Michelle Chamuel
Song Title: "Face The Fire"
Hometown: Wellesley, MA

Michelle Chamuel is proud to present her new single “Face The Fire”. Her forthcoming full-length album will be dropping on February 10th 2015 via The End Records / ADA, and the high-energy lead single is now available on iTunes. Michelle will also be embarking on east and west coast tours, click HERE to view dates and purchase tickets.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14

Name: Will Dailey
Song Title: "Higher Education"
Hometown: Boston, MA

Will Dailey is an acclaimed recording and performing artist, who is a three-time winner of the Boston Music Award for Best Singer/Songwriter. The Boston native released his breakout album, National Throat, earlier this year. Check out the banjo-driven single, “Higher Education.”