A B O U T

Feathers' full length album, Neon Renaissance, is about love, the life journey, our planet and it's dwindling resources, liberating cultural belief systems, being true to the self, connecting to our ancestors, and honoring our heroes," Feathers says. "Spreading your wings and trusting in the flight.” 

— Radio One, Chicago

 

After a series of open mic gigs, Feathers (with Ritt) played at House Of Blues Chicago. 

"Big stage," she recalls. "I was hooked."

After a few years of recording demos with the likes of Chuck Gladfelter (Dovetail Joint/Ivory Wire), Joe Cassidy (Assassins/Butterfly Child), Preston Graves (Cupcakes) and Matt Walker (The Smashing Pumpkins/Morrissey), she was ready to take her creativity in another direction and moved to Portland, Oregon.

Her latest album Neon Renaissance was Engineered and Mixed by Adam Selzer at Type Foundary (Peter Buck, M. Ward) and Self-Produced by Lindsie Feathers.  The album is supported by Decemberists pedal steel player Paul Brainard, Fabulous Thunderbirds drummer Jimi Bott, slide player Bob Shoemaker, Jackstraw harmonica player David Lipkind, Fernando pianist Ralph Huntley, organist Mike Walker, and Belinda Underwood, Julia Schlippert and  Gayle Ritt on backing vocals.  
 
In the words of the Neon Renaissance creed, written to define the album: "Let us follow our dream, teach the earth, serve humanity. We seek to love; not hate. To Heal; not hurt. Let love prevail."