Recent Reactions

"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 / Knoxville, TN / 8/15/16

"Outrageously talented siblings boast a time-honored sound that is well beyond their years" -David Pitz / Baeble Music / New York, NY / 9/15/16

"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 Television / Hollywood, CA / 8/28/16

“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

“Maintaining the flavorful classic, edgy guitar, mixed perfectly with sinfully soulful vocals, Jocelyn and Chris Arndt prove they are a force to be reckoned with, and will leave most seasoned rock bands green with envy” -Planet Stereo

“They offer a dynamic blue rock romp that at times sounds murderous and other times jubilant.”  -Glide Magazine 

"Take a listen to Edges - their new album - and you’ll reap the benefits of raw emotion, blues-and-soul inflected power and an energy level you wish some acts on radio today would have and I don’t say that in a “back in my day they didn’t have...” sort of way." -Huffington Post, A-Sides with Jon Chattman

“Jocelyn performed like an unholy union of Amy Winehouse and Hannah Montana; Chris combined Hendrix with John Mayer. Their appearance belied the intensity with which they played; their show was like walking into a theatre expecting a Disney classic and finding a Quentin Tarantino flick instead.” -New Haven Independent

“Jocelyn Arndt’s appearance is demure, but the voice with which she sings is ferocious. Imagine Fiona Apple and Alanis Morissette paying homage to Janis Joplin and Grace Slick. Arndt rocks. She rolls. She roars. Her vocals come from a place so deep, so mysterious, so on fire, so colossal, that you may think for a second she could erupt into flames at any moment.” -Poughkeepsie Journal

“Jocelyn Arndt has a new take on the Fiona Apple bluesy sound. She is definitely an artist to watch in 2015.” -Michelle Miller, Acme Feed & Seed, Nashville TN

“Where’s The Rain.” By Jocelyn and Chris Arndt is Hands down, the best acoustic performance we’ve heard yet. This lady is a powerhouse and will blow you away - keep your eye on these two, folks." -Lucy Out Loud

“The club doesn’t always get artists who play Sundance or share the stage with The Black Keys, Grace Potter, Gov’t Mule, and Robert Plant, but Jocelyn and Chris Arndt are the exception.” -Cambridge Day

"When they perform live there is a power-blues component created. Imagine Stevie Nicks meets Stevie Ray Vaughan.”-Punchland

“Jocelyn’s voice reverberating through the room literally stopped people in their tracks.” -Brent Kirby, Brothers Lounge, Cleveland OH

"Their set showed these aren’t your average students, though: Chris’ guitar playing is well beyond his years — his riffs and composition show a true understanding of music. His sound evokes Jimmy Page and Stevie Ray Vaughn, using these legends as a stepping stone to play blues-rock his own way." -Culture Collide

“Think Bonnie Raitt channeled through Grace Potter with a visit from PJ Harvey. Jocelyn’s animated vocal delivery commands attention!“ -NYS Music

“She’s a little bit rock, a little bit roll and a whole lotta soul. She’s delicately wrapped her powerful perspective in blistering hooks and rhythms, emotional stories and notes for days. She mixes Janis Joplin and Queen into a surprisingly modern sonic experience.” -Pop Dust

"Jocelyn has appeared a couple of times in Chattanooga, and both times met with a full house of enthused audience. She brings her Indie Blues Rock style that is trending her with Norah Jones and Adele." -The Chattanoogan

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