December 06, 2010
With music never far from his mind, and a guitar even closer to his fingertips, Fred Ferguson plucked the strings of his instrument, even as he reflected on his career.
A few things have changed for the lifelong musician who surrendered to the industry's pull in the golden age of the 1980s. The former Baha Men member declares Rake 'n Scrape his favorite genre. And he is perhaps known as much for the projects he has produced as for his skills on the guitar. Ferguson dove into production after leaving Baha Men in the 90s. A short time later he struck gold with the hit "Look What You Do" which he wrote and produced for Ronnie Butler and Sweet Emily.
It's true. Some things ...
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News date : 12/06/2010 Category : Nassau Guardian Stories