Nessie Lessons is a singer who made frequent collaborations with The Residents.
For a brief time, she was married to Hardy Fox.
Nessie was allegedly married to Hardy Fox in 1976 and first appeared on The Residents' Commercial Album in 1980, with initially uncredited vocals on several tracks.
Her first credited appearance was on The Tunes Of Two Cities, on which she performed as lead vocalist.
She wrote a retrospective review of The American Composers Series in 1992, for Uncle Willie's Highly Opinionated Guide To The Residents.
She briefly entertained a solo career in 1998, singing the title track from the Melody Sumner Carnahan compilation "The Time is Now"
One of her last musical works was "Let Me Tell You (About It)" with Charles Bobuck.
Discography with The Residents / Charles Bobuck
|The Commercial Album||1980||Special
|Mark of The Mole||1981||Voice|
|The Tunes Of Two Cities||1982||Vocals|
|Title In Limbo||Vocals|
|Our Finest Flowers||1992||Singing|
|Our Tired, Our Poor, Our Huddled Masses||1997||Musician|
|Shake It Shake It (I Wet My Bed)||2014||Performer|
|Let Me Tell You About It||2017||Performer|