Luke Redfield is a trailblazing indie-folk musician originally from Minnesota. Born in Duluth 42 years after Bob Dylan, he grew up under the musical influence of his country-western grandfather, for whom he wrote his first song, "Legend of Lloyd," at age 15 and thus began his troubadour journey. Cutting his teeth on the streets of Minneapolis, Redfield honed his craft under the banner of the storied music scene which has also launched the careers of Dylan, Prince, and The Replacements.
Since then, Redfield has released 5 albums while living and traveling across America and Europe. 2015 featured two releases: Uncover The Magic EP — which features a stunning narrative in "Comeback Kids," a song about a small-town American band with a dream — and The Cartographer, a full-length blues-folk album called "Playful like a young Bruce Springsteen" (Boulder Weekly) "with echos of homeboys Dylan and Mason Jennings." (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
Redfield has shared the stage with great singer-songwriters such as Marissa Nadler, Cory Chisel, Gregory Alan Isakov, Nick Harper, Chris Koza, and many others. His songs appear in indpendent films and on television networks such as Showtime and TMC, while his discography includes collaborations with members of Bon Iver and Andrew Bird.
Redfield currently resides in the Live Music Capital of the World, Austin, TX.