Carrie and Lindsay Pfeiffer, the Pfeiffer Twins, are identical twin sisters who hail originally from Blairstown, NJ, but now live in Newton. They began singing at the age of four, songwriting at nine, and joined their first band Still River Band in 2002 at the ages of eighteen. It was in this band that the twins gained experience on stage and radio, as well as in the recording studio performing traditional country and folk music.
In 2007, Carrie and Lindsay left Still River to form a new rock band, The Knockout Naturals, with several friends. But the twins soon realized that they needed to make their own unique sound. They disbanded and Carrie and Lindsay went on to perform as an acoustic duo, blending their country roots with a rock edge and a pop appeal. Their original music has a rootsy folk-rock vibe and shows off their beautiful seamless harmonies.
The Pfeiffer Twins draw inspiration from their own lives for their song lyrics; they sing about love, loss, personal struggles, women’s issues, and personal empowerment, among other topics. Presently, they are writing, recording, and co-producing their debut album of all original songs with Anthony Krizan at Sonic Boom Studios in Raritan, NJ.