Fieldy’s Dreams lives up to its name. Korn bassist Fieldy experienced as if his efforts to his music group did not include his like of rap plenty of. So throughout a down period between albums, he actually produced a rap record despite having no earlier experience within the genre besides hearing it. Programming a lot of the beats himself and enlisting maker Polar Bear to greatly help with the others, Fieldy’s Dreams’ 1st album premiered in January of 2002.
Music Songs Baby Hugh Hef, Child Vigilante, Just For Now, Put A Week On It, Ortiz Anthem, Comin From A Friend, You Saved Me, Korn Gigglebox, Do What You Feel, Sugar-Coated, Munky Rage, Special K Buzz, Are U Talking To Me, Rock n Roll Gangster, Cocky, Bleu, One Love
Albums Rock'n Roll Gangster
Released the 6th album 'Take a Look in the Mirror' in Nov 2003 and making the videos for singles 'Right Now' and "Y'all want a single" [January 2004]
Shooting third video from album 'Take a look in the mirror' of the single 'When will this end?' [June 2004]
Working on their 7th album 'Greatest Hits' set to release in October 2004. This will end their contract with Sony/Epic records. [June 2004]
Lives in Laguna Hills, California.
Always drinks "Coor's Light"
Was responsible for gathering up all the Korn members.
Fieldy's dad and (Korn vocalist) Jonathan Davis's dad were in a band together in the early 70s.
Released Debut Solo CD, titled "Rock n' Roll Gangster" [June 2002]
Has two children named Olivia and Serena Rae
He designs all of the Korn merchandise (t-shirts, stickers and hats).
He received the nickname Fieldy when he was younger and he had large chipmunk cheeks. People used to call him 'Gopher', then 'Garr', then 'Garfield' then finally, 'Fieldy'.