Many performers want to emulate Sammy Davis, Jr., who made his debut at the age of four in the 1920s and, for the next 60 years, danced, sang, and acted his way into people’s hearts around the globe. De’zhon Fields didn’t startout his musical career imitating Sammy, but his resemblance and style led him toward creating this tribute.
Fields shares more in common with Sammy than similar facial features. He also shares the love and passion of entertainment. Get ready to be thoroughly entertained!
What they’re saying about De’zhon Fields:
“Fields is a dead-ringer for Sammy Davis, and when he hits those high in ‘What Kind of Fool Am I’, you’d swear the famous song and dance man was back.”
– The Windsor Star
“De’zhon Fields is a stringy piece of electricity. His ‘That Old Black Magic’ embodies Davis’ never-quitting drive and schmaltziness. In ‘Mr. Bojangles’ spotlighting Davis’ prowess, Fields’ legs and hips churn and twist with a wild life of their own.”
– Asbury Park Press