In an industry increasingly predicated on pushing superfluous trends, Capital City musical son Dean Fields is one of the rarest things you’ll find in music these days: He’s a lifer. With a resume that includes stints with Rosanne Cash, John Hiatt, KT Tunstall and many others, which saw his area code change from Miami to Nashville to Boston to the 804 and recently back to Nashville, the well-traveled singer, songwriter and guitarist celebrates the release of his new CD, “Any Minute Now,” on Friday at Ashland Coffee and Tea, 100 N. Railroad Ave.. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. deanfields.com.
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