David R. "Fergie" Ferguson (born July 2, 1962 in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee) began in the mid-1980s engineering Country Music recordings for "Cowboy" Jack Clement, at Clement's Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa, in Nashville, Tennessee. Today, Ferguson is best known for his works with Johnny Cash, as sound engineer on the highly successful Grammy Award winning American Recordings albums produced by Rick Rubin, in the 1990s and 2000s (decade). Ferguson has also engineered or produced recordings for such artists as folk music legend John Prine, bluegrass music artist Mac Wiseman, The Del McCoury Band, country music legends Charlie Pride, Eddy Arnold, rock-n-roll band U2, and many others. Ferguson appeared as himself in the U2 film, Rattle and Hum, and portrayed his mentor and once real-life boss, Jack Clement in the Jerry Lee Lewis film, Great Balls of Fire!. Ferguson maintains a recording studio in Nashville, and resides in nearby Goodlettsville, Tennessee, near his boyhood home.
Now, he is on tour with Swedish singer-songwriter Anna Ternheim for whom he produced her album The Night Visitor (album).