Laura Good and Linda Good            

Composers/Lyricists/Book Writers, LADYSHIP


Singer/songwriters and twin sisters, Laura Good and Linda Good are founders of the alternative pop band, The Twigs, whose songs have been heard on radio, TV and film. After recording over ten albums and touring the world, they branched out into musical theater and wrote the book, music and libretto for the musical, Ladyship. Ladyship was an Official Grand Jury Selection and full production at The New York Musical Festival (NYMF) 2019 at the Alice Griffith Theater NYC, and was a finalist for the 2020 Richard Rodgers Award for Musical Theater. Laura and Linda are currently producing a studio concept album of Ladyship, which will be released in 2024.

Laura and Linda grew up in Chicago, the youngest of a large musical family. Harmonizing together with the Jesus Christ Superstar album and The Beatles was an after-school pastime -- when they weren’t fist-fighting over who got to play the piano. Linda attended The Chicago Academy for the Performing Arts High School, studied composition and film at the University of Illinois, and also abroad in the UK. Laura has a degree in music composition and creative writing from Columbia College, and was a Weisman Memorial Scholar in Music. While living in Australia, she learned about the little known, but inspiring story of the first female convicts who helped settle the country which sowed the first seeds for Ladyship.

Both Laura and Linda are also multi-instrumentalists and music producers. Individually, Linda has toured as a keyboardist/backing vocalist with many bands including Jane’s Addiction, The Mars Volta and Stew, and is based out of Los Angeles. Laura has collaborated with many artists including baroque popster Daniel Carlson, and Paul Andrews of the Australian band Lazy Susan. She divides her time between the east and west coasts.