Today’s Twitter Tuesday artist is singer-songwriter Lindsay Ferguson. She was born in Bermuda, raised in Prince Edward County, Ontario and now lives between Bern, Switzerland and Wakefield, Canada.

Ferguson was taught as an opera singer in her teens (even placing Gold in the Rotary Music Festival) she would see that classical music was only an introduction into her musical sphere. Buying her first guitar in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, Lindsay would take to Open Stages, catching her first break at the Legendary Fat Cat on George Street. Later, she would record her first album Sound in 2007. She has since released Monkeys Under Stars and in the past year her third record, Chameleon. With a talent for songwriting and a very beautiful voice to compliment her heartfelt lyrics, Ferguson has the potential to gain a nice following of fans that enjoy talented female singer songwriters. Her style is a mix of folk, country and even some pop and blues woven throughout. We are sharing the track “Ships” and a beautiful and haunting version of the Irish ballad, “Donal Og.” If you dig Lindsay Ferguson, you can find more about her below and purchase her latest album, here which was released on Busted Flat Records.

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