“Jocelyn Arndt owned the stage with inferno-like intensity (think Amy Winehouse x Janis Joplin x
Fiona Apple). Chris Arndt delivered delicious riffs and energetic solos that’d earn a celestial
fist-bump from Jimi Hendrix.” – Shirley Huang, Edge TV
“The Arndts sound like they were raised on 60’s rock records, and would enjoy having a drink
with the ghost of Janis Joplin” – New York Scene Report
“One couldn’t help but to just be amazed at her raw, Janis Joplin-inspired voice. Chris Arndt
morphed from John Mayer to Eddie Van Halen to Jimi Hendrix and back again. Both artists were so
authentically themselves while still reviving a type of rock ‘n roll that had been lost for
far too long.” – Alex Phillips, The Daily Beacon
May 5, 2017 – Boston, MA – Sibling blues-rockers Jocelyn & Chris Arndt are thrilled to announce that they have released their brand new album Go today. The album premiered earlier this week via Relix Magazine and features lead single “Footprints on the Moon (feat. Danny Louis of Gov’t Mule),” which was recently listed by Billboard as the #5 Most Added AAA Radio Single in the US. For more information or to purchase Go, please visit: www.jocelynandchrismusic.com.
“Another year, another album! And I think you’ll dig this one, guys. Go is a new chapter; a bit more mature, a bit more focused, but still US. A little retro, a little modern. It’s cool… this was our first chance to make an album from scratch without a few already-written songs in our back pocket,” Jocelyn shares.”We wrote and recorded all of these tunes in the past six months. It was pretty daunting, waking up one day and being like, okay, time to write an album!’ But in the end it was a great experience, and I think we’re better musicians for it. And then when we were in the studio and starting to think about adding special guests, we managed to snag some serious players, including Danny Louis from Gov’t Mule and Beau Sasser from Kung Fu. Their handiwork is seriously awesome on this thing! All in all, this album is a really current representation of who we are as artists. We’re unbelievably excited to share it with the world, and we hope you dig listening to it as much as we loved creating it. We made it for you! ‘“
In December 2016, Jocelyn & Christ released Still: A Holiday Collection, a 6-song holiday EP. The collection comprises both time-honored classics and more modern additions, including their original holiday song “Still.” The holiday EP premiered via Baeble Music.
On January 11th, 2017, the band released a brand new live album titled 30,000 Miles. The album features recordings from across the country, with performances from legendary venues and music festivals. 30,000 Miles premiered in full via Glide Magazine, and is currently #8 on the Jambands Top 30 Chart.
Devastatingly powerful vocals & retro-rock guitar, with lyrics that run the gamut between vulnerable to all-out venomous: siblings Jocelyn & Chris Arndt’s music is a modern throwback to authentic album-rock. Their full-length debut Edges, featuring their band and special guests G. Love and Gov’t Mule’s Danny Louis, peaked at #14 on the Jambands Top 30 and cracked the FMQB AAA Top 200 Albums and Singles, bolstered by airplay on more than 200 stations across the US.
Together with their band, Jocelyn & Chris logged performances in 21 states in the past 12 months, including stops at The Sundance Film Festival, Mountain Jam Music Festival, SXSW, The Viper Room and Hotel Café in Hollywood, Milwaukee’sSummerfest, where they were voted “Best Band” on the emerging artist stage, and numerous other top venues and events.
The Arndts’ recordings strike an effortless blend of angst and personal emotion, while their live performances are simply incredible. According to Baeble Music, “Jocelyn’s powerhouse vocals combined with Chris’ bluesy guitar playing make for a satisfying, soulful punch.”
Edges is the full-length follow-up to the band’s seven-song EP Strangers In Fairyland. For more information, please visitwww.Jocelynandchrismusic.com.
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