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Nerissa & Katryna Nields

Nerissa & Katryna Nields

Folk / Childrens / Pop Northampton, MA  US
Which Side Are You On / Full Catastophe CD
Leave That Trouble Alone / Sister Holler CD
Abington Sea Fair / Sister Holler CD
Going To The Zoo / Altogether Singing CD
Wild Mountain Thyme / Rock All Day CD


  • 2015

    Oct 24

    Cambridge, MA, US | 3:00pm

    Nerissa & Katryna Nields

  • 2015

    May 16

    Belvidere, NJ, US | 11:00pm
  • 2014

    Dec 6

    Vienna, VA, US | 7:30pm

    Dynamic Duos: The Kennedys & The Nields! Doors open at 7:30pm $20 tickets https://jamminjava.com/events/dynamic-duos-thekennedys-thenields/seats Reserve tickets early. We played this show last December, and sold out quickly! Fast becoming an annual tradition.

  • 2013

    Apr 6

    Franklin, MA, US | 8:00pm
  • 2013

    Mar 30

    Shelburne, MA, US | 7:00pm

    Come one come all!! This is a true hometown rockathon! So honored to be sharing the stage with such an incredible lineup of talented locals! A benefit for Music in Common... spread the word, see ya for pre-gaming drinks at the bowling alley!! TORY


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  • Sarah Kennedy (Artist)
    Sarah Kennedy
    LOVE you guys, one of the main reasons I love the Festival for the Eno is hoping to catch you playing there.


  • Katryna and Nerissa Nields
  • The Full Catastophe


Label: Mercy House Productions

Manager: Patty Romanoff

Bio: What does a folk-rock sister duo write about after twenty years in the music business; a career which produced fifteen CDs, three books, a DVD, a thriving children’s music educational empire, four children and two husbands (one apiece)? The full catastrophe of course. Taken from the line from Zor...See Full Bio

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“Here, two of Western Massachusetts' brightest voices just let it fly on this very folk-flavored disc of original material with plenty of nods and winks to the past. Yes those are traces of "Scarborough Fair" in "Abington Sea Fair." Yes, that's a lot of Pete Seeger influence heard in "This Train," And yes, that's a modern-day response to "The Water is Wide," in "We'll Plant an Oak."”

— Kevin O'Hare, Sunday Republican

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