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Online Program: Live at the Hall: David Ferguson

Nov 30, 202107:00 PM - 07:45 PM

Recording engineer and musician David “Fergie” Ferguson began his career at Country Music Hall of Fame member Cowboy Jack Clement’s Nashville studio, the Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa. Ferguson served as sound engineer on Johnny Cash’s Grammy Award-winning American Recordings albums, produced by Rick Rubin, and has also engineered or produced recordings for a wide range of artists including Country Music Hall of Fame members Eddy Arnold, Charley Pride, and Mac Wiseman, the Del McCoury Band, John Prine, Sturgill Simpson, and U2. Earlier this year, Ferguson released the self-produced album Nashville No More, a ten-song collection of his favorite tunes featuring artists and musicians Mike Bub, Jerry Douglas, Stuart Duncan, Béla Fleck, Mark Howard, Sierra Hull, Justin Moses, Tim O’Brien, and Margo Price. During the program, Ferguson discusses his career and performs, accompanied by Howard and Pat McLaughlin.

Watch on demand on the Museum’s YouTube channel, Facebook page, and website starting with the premiere on Tuesday, November 30 at 7:00 p.m. central.

Live at the Hall is underwritten in part by the Ford Motor Company Fund. All Museum programs are funded in part by grants from the Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission and Tennessee Arts Commission.

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