Biography

    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"  when 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 acting career, co-starring in the Family Channel Hit "Christmas Everyday" with Robert Hayes, Bess Armstrong, Robin Riker, Yvonne Zima, and Robert Curtis Brown.  He even starred as "Bart" in a 5 episode series on MTV's hit show "Undressed" in Season 5. In 1999 Lindsay became completely devoted to music and to The Fishermen Band, co founding with his brother Phillip "Flip" Hough. The group had quick success and built an incredible career together, touring extensively through California, the Midwest, and the I-95 Corridor. TFB was spun on the radio (The Matt Davis Show "Noise in the Basement" 97.9 FM in 2011,2012, 2013,and 2015, Charm City Radio in 2017, Sirius/XM, 96.7 FM WERA DC ROCKS, The Bizz and Chips Show,LP Radio Review, Virginia Tech Radio (One hour live radio performance for the Hokies), American University, George Washington University, James Madison University, Eastern Mennonite University, Longwood University, University of Virginia, University of Maryland, UMB- Baltimore, UMD- Towson ) TFB also opened for the likes of Maroon 5, Jimmies Chicken Shack, Third Eye Blind, Allrise, Raining Jane, Honor By August, The Charlie Daniels Band, John Popper(of Blues Traveller), The Grooveline Horns( of Jason Mraz), The Pocket, New Riders of the Purple Sage, EGYPT, Andy Westcott, Homemade Wine, Pat Lee, Mindy Miller, Willie Strings And The Players, 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.