Judd Field is one of the most accomplished backing vocalists in Australia. He has been a soloist and backing singer on most TV entertainment shows.
He has recently done backing vocals, touring Australia and New Zealand with the Madden Brothers band, and over the years has backed artists like Delta Goodrem, Westlife, Guy Sebastian, UK star James Morrison, Marina Prior, Natalie Basingthwaite, Jon Stevens, Dame Edna, Vanessa Amorosi, Silvie Paladino and David Campbell, to name a few.
Judd is currently the studio-backing vocalist for the X-Factor TV show, and Shaun Micalleffs Mad as Hell.
Judd is also the Choir Director for the Melbourne Gospel Choir, Judd produced or co-produced and wrote most of the songs for the Melbourne Gospel Choir Album – Freedom, and their new Album – Christmas Live in the Streets.
He has arrange vocals for HiFive, He also helped arrange and sing the backing vocals on Marcia Hines’ last Album” Life”, and Silvie Paladinos latest Album with the Salvation Army Brass Band. And the 2017 Carols performance of his choir arrangement of Keala Settles This Is Me, now has 2.4million YouTube views
He has written over 100 songs for various Artists including 3 musicals, and a song called “1914:The Carol of Christmas” that Judd co-wrote in Nashville, with songwriting royalty Chris Eaton from the UK (Many Number Ones for Cliff Richard, and wrote Amy Grants, Breath of Heaven), with the Charity Single going top 40 in the UK and reaching number 1 on the UK Christmas charts, with the video clip the only ever clip recorded at the tomb of the unknown soldier in Westminster Abbey.
Judd Field is a World Vision artist/advocate who visited World Vision slum projects in India, and now speaks and performs songs written from his journey in the slums, with Tim Costello and the Melbourne Gospel Choir on behalf of World Vision on issues of Child Slavery and Global Poverty.