Growing up with the spotlight all around them, The Landers Sisters, Kristy and Lindsey, turned to singing, acting, and creating music for enjoyment at a very early age. They penned and performed their first song at age 5 on a children's television show called, "The Huggabug Club" and have been unstoppable ever since. They are self taught musicians, playing guitar, bass, drums, and piano. They grew up commuting between the tropical southern tip of Florida, and Hollywood. Hard work and discipline are values that were instilled in them from their parents' work ethic...Dead ringers for their gorgeous mother and aunt -- (Audrey and Judy Landers were the "hottest sisters" in Hollywood in the 80s). The Landers Sisters, Kristy and Lindsey, are veritable Hollywood royalty -- dad, Tom Niedenfuer, was a Los Angles Dodger baseball player who pitched his way to winning a World Series. While still in their teens, they already have a successful debut album throughout Asia, Australia and parts of Europe. Kristy and Lindsey Landers attended a school for academically and musically gifted students where they both graduated early so they can concentrate full time on their music and acting careers. Over the course of the next few years, Kristy and Lindsey will become frequent fixtures in music, film, and television as they move up the entertainment mainstream ladder. With roles in the '09 comedy, "Kissing Strangers" with Andy Dick and lead roles in David DeCoteau's enticing thriller, "The Brotherhood V: Alumni", Kristy and Lindsey are sure to prove their calling cards to Hollywood and turn more than a few heads. **The Landers Sisters' music is being featured on this season of MTV's "The Hills", "The City" & "My Super Sweet 16" and ABC's "Grey's Anatomy"
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