Kyle Field (musician)

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Kyle Field
Little Wings playing live at Manchester Club Academy, 14 October 2016.jpg
Kyle Field performing as Little Wings at the Club Academy, Manchester in 2016
Background information
Born 1972 (age 44–45)[1]
Alabama, United States[1]
Genres Indie rock, folk
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, Musician
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active Late 1990s–present
Associated acts Little Wings, Rodriguez, Grandaddy, Lee Baggett, André Herman Dune, Devendra Banhart, Feist

Kyle Field is the artist behind the band Little Wings.

Field was born in Alabama in 1972,[1] the son of a college football coach, but his family quickly moved to California where he grew up to love surfing.


Field contributed bass and vocals in the band Rodriguez with M. Ward and Mike Funk.

In the late 1990s in San Luis Obispo, California, Field formed the band Little Wings, of which he is the only permanent member. In the past, the band has had members Adam Selzer on drums, Rob Kieswetter (aka Bobby Birdman) on keyboards, Mark Leece as bassist and various others. As Little Wings, Field has released over a dozen albums, under the Walking and independent K Records labels. Field also has played with Grandaddy, Lee Baggett, André Herman Dune, local funnyman Peaches and Devendra Banhart throughout the 2000s.


Field is also an acclaimed visual artist, having earned his BFA in 1997 from the University of California, Los Angeles.[1] His first book of drawings was released on the label Ahornfelder.

Personal life[edit]

Kyle Field lives near San Francisco, California.[1]


As Little Wings:

  • Discover Worlds Of Wonder [KLP154] (2000)
  • The Wonder City [KYO46] (2002)
  • Wonderue [KLP134] (2002)
  • Light Green Leaves [KLP139] (2002)
  • Harvest Joy [KLP152] (2003)
  • Magic Wand [KLP161] (2004)
  • Grow [KLP169] (2005)
  • Soft Pow'r [RAD001] (2007)
  • Black Grass [RAD005] (2011)
  • Last [RAD007] (2013)
  • Explains [WOODSIST077] (2015)

Has appeared on:

  • Calvin Johnson and The Sons of the Soil, Calvin Johnson and The Sons of the Soil [KLP180] (2007)
  • The Microphones, Mount Eerie [KLP140] (2003)
  • The Microphones, Song Islands [KLP125] (2002)


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