The Pfeiffer Twins to perform at the Highlands Festival at Waterloo

Over 20 local north jersey bands will perform September 21st and 22nd at the first Highlands Festival at Waterloo.

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Northwest New Jersey sisters, The Pfeiffer Twins “are happy to join the Highlands Festival and perform our original songs to a local audience”, said Carrie Pfeiffer.” We always enjoy performing in their own community and feeling the love of support of their hometown fans.”
The Pfeiffer Twins will perform on the Gazebo Stage at 3:45, Saturday, September 21st in Historic Waterloo Village, Byram, NJ.

Carrie and Lindsay Pfeiffer have been busy finishing up recording their breakthrough debut album, entitled “Nobody’s Puppet,” with producer Anthony Krizan of Sonic Boom Studios in Raritan, NJ. The CD release party is slated for November at the legendary Stanhope House, the twins’ new home venue. Fans can find the Pfeiffer Twins hosting “The Country Sessions” open mic jam at the Stanhope House every other Thursday evening.

They recently opened for New Riders of the Purple Sage and plan to join Railroad Earth on their Horn-O-Plenty Thanksgiving Weekend Festival at the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg, PA.

For more gigs and info, please check out their official website: http://www.thepfeiffertwins.com or visit them on facebook to stay in tune with The Pfeiffer Twins!

Here is a sneak peak of the title track, “Nobody’s Puppet.”

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About Kath Galvin Cameron

Kath is a freelance writer, community organizer, photographer and blogger. She has been involved in writing, promoting and community outreach. She has produced many musical, cultural, artistic and green events in North West New Jersey for over 15 years. She is the founder of Northwest New Jersey Homeschoolers, and has been involved with supporting natural learning at all stages of life.

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