Boston Based Brother And Sister To Perform In Chatsworth And Chattanooga Saturday

Monday, October 13, 2014

Attending Harvard University isn’t the only thing unique about indie rock artist Jocelyn Arndt.  The 19-year-old also co-writes and performs with her brother, Chris, who is also a Harvard student. The two have played music together since they were children living in rural upstate New York. 

The duo inked a development and recording contract in 2013 and will release their debut EP “Strangers In Fairyland” on Oct. 27. In addition to some notable players, the album was mastered by Grammy Award winning engineer Brad Blackwood who’s other work included Maroon 5, Saving Abel and Eve 6. 

Jocelyn, Chris, and their band have been invited to appear at the Black Bear Festival in Chatsworth on Oct. 18. They will also make a stop for a short set at Mocha Lounge later that evening. 

“We are both so excited to play in Georgia and Tennessee, following great shows this week in Boston, Saratoga N.Y., and New York City,” commented Jocelyn. “We look forward to meeting a lot of people and making some new friends.”

 


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