Lindsay Austin Hough has been singing and performing for the entirety of his life. The son of music teachers and professional musicians, he was known as the raspy one in a family of dynamic singers. Lindsay grew up learning vocal harmony and started writing his own songs as a toddler. At age 12 he became a child actor, starting his career landing featured extra parts in a few major motion pictures out of neighboring Baltimore. One of which, Serial Mom Starring Kathleen Turner, used Lindsay in the national commercial promoting the movie. A year later he performed at The Kennedy Center, landing a starring role as "Jack" in dance legend Jaques D'ambois' "Dancing Up a Story."  Shortly after that, he was cast as an understudy in the 1994 National Broadway Tour of The Sound of Music, starring Marie Osmond.  Lindsay ended up performing as Marie's on- stage son over 50 times that year at some of the nicest theaters in the country. He would go on to have a very successful but short-lived acting career, co-starring in the Family Channel Cult Classic "Christmas Everyday" with Robert Hayes, Bess Armstrong, Robin Riker, Yvonne Zima, Erik Von Detten, and Robert Curtis Brown. He also starred in MTV's hit show "Undressed" in Season 5 as "Bart" in a week-long promotion on MTV for STD testing awareness. In 1999 Lindsay and his brother Phillip "Flip" Hough started The Fishermen Band in Los Angeles, California, a culmination of the two's original writing.  TFB won over audiences with intense Simon and Garfunkel-esque harmonies and catchy melodies. The group had quick success signing with American Soul Records and hiring some of the most talented musicians in the local scene. TFB ultimately built an incredible career,  touring extensively through California, Texas/Colorado, and the east coast, performing at every college, festival, city concert, and music club in their path. Lindsay has opened for major groups like Maroon 5, Jimmies Chicken Shack, Third Eye Blind, Allrise, Raining Jane, Ballyhoo, The Charlie Daniels Band, John Popper(of Blues Traveller), The Grooveline Horns( of Jason Mraz), The Pocket, New Riders of the Purple Sage, EGYPT, Homemade Wine, Mindy Miller/Among the Willows, and Pseudopod just to name a few. Now a fixture in the DC area music scene, Lindsay continues to perform on a full time basis offering an array of live music entertainment options, as well as production songwriting for commercial, industrial, television and film.