Shirley Field was raised in the small community of Armstrong, British, Columbia and started singing at the age of five. She took lead parts in school operettas and local stampedes in Vernon, Kelowna, and Kamloops.
She had her own radio show over CFJC, Kamloops, known as "The Cowboy's Sweetheart Show", which was on the air for two years.
In 1950 she came to Vancouver and came in second the "World Championship Western Music Roundup" at the Pacific National Exhibition.
Shirley appeared on the C.T.V. Network "Cross Canada Barn Dance" and on CBC.
In 1960, she toured with Marty Robbins, and in August 1962, she appeared on The Grand Old Opry Program from Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
Shirley took a long flight from Vancouver to Montreal to record this album at Stereo Sound Studios for Rodeo Records, which features her great talent for singing and yodelling. The future looks very bright for Shirley.
She won an international yodeling award in 1993, marked 50 years of performing in 1998 and currently lives in Gwynne, Alberta.