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Interview with Donna Ferra

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Collingwood-born and raised - now living in Toronto - Donna Ferra released her debut album Waited Long Enough in 2003. The title track - released as a single which got attention for Donna - featured the late great Jeff Healey. Based on that success - and subsequent well-received singles - she toured festivals in Ontario opening for artists like Jason McCoy, Doc Walker, and Aaron Lines.  Along the way in her career, she's had the opportunity to co-produce her songs with producer Peter Linseman. She's travelled to Nashville many times to perform in the local songwriter rounds and to write songs. Popular Nashville venues she has performed at include The Broken Spoke, The Boardwalk Cafe, and The Commodore Sports Bar. Most recently, Donna is excited to be back on the music scene after a bit of a break. Her new radio single Little Red Dress is getting a lot of airplay and it's clear that Country music is happy to welcome this talented artist back!

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