Hi Folks,

Thanks for dropping by our website and checking out our latest news and recordings. 

We have been focusing on audio-video stuff this season and are pleased to share that our latest music video, The Salty Sea,  was premiered at the Jim Henson Foundation Puppets on Film festival at BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) in NYC.  Thanks to cinematographer, Audrey Harrer and to our friends Margot Fitzsimmons and Spica Wobbe at Double Image Theatre Lab for collaborating with us on this project!  It was a total blast to be in NYC.  Check it out in the Videos page!


Last year our video for the, Appalachian Hills, won first place in the Tri-Media film festival!  You can check it out on our Videos page.  Many thanks to Steve Roberts and Crescent Sun Pictures for making this project possible!

~ Lynn & Charlotte

HOW TO UNTANGLE A HEARTACHE

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