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The Pfister Sisters 40th Anniversary Phirst Sunday

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Buffa's Backroom, 1001 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans

Join us for a very special 40th Anniversary Phirst Sunday at Buffa's! We are celebrating the last event of our 40th Anniversary Year, featuring all 5 of our Pfister Sisters, Holley Bendtsen, Karen Stohr, Yvette Voelker, Debbie Davis and Suzy Malone! With Piano professor, Amasa Miller, we will be welcoming our counterparts from Finland, The Merry Ladies!

Yes, a new country has been added to the list of countries that have Boswellian vocal groups, joining Canada, Spain, Israel, Australia, and of course the U.S. The 6 Merry Ladies will treat us to Finnish language translations of some Boswell tunes in addition to English versions.

Our supporters in navigating the Land of Boz over the past 4 decades, David McCain and Cynthia Lucas, will be joining us from New Jersey and Texas, and we expect David to screen his Boswell Sisters film clips. We urge everyone to start their New Year off right by Joining us Sunday afternoon!

The Pfister Sisters go to Siberia!

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Siberia Lounge, 2227 St. Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA

We're excited to participate in the Traditional New Orleans Music series! Come hear the Trad Jazz of New Orleans' Boswell Sisters, contemporaries of Louis Armstrong and Louis Prima. What a time for music!

Treme Tuesdays

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Buffa's, 1001 Esplanade, corner of Burgundy, New Orleans, LA

The Pfister Sisters appeared in 2 episodes of HBO's Treme, a depiction of life in NOLA after Katrina. Buffa's will air "our" episodes, one at 7pm and one at 9pm) and we'll sing in the middle. Come laugh and cry and reminisce with us! Oh, and of course drink and eat!


Down at the Jazzfest in New Orleans!

Fairgrounds, New Orleans, LA

If you managed to score tix for the Stones, you can see us too! Get to the Fairgrounds early to save your spot, and help us celebrate our 40 year anniversary with very special guests!


French Quarter Fest

Moonwalk on the River, New Orleans, LA

The Pfister Sisters celebrate 40 years of musical merriment and mayhem at the French Quarter Fest's newest stage, the newly revitalized Moonwalk at the River right across from St. Louis Cathedral.


Tennessee Williams Festival

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Palm Court Jazz Cafe, 1204 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA 70116

"What was playing on Tennessee's Victrola?" Tennessee grew up dancing with his sister in their living room, always had music playing while he wrote, and specified music choices for his plays. We imagine and interpret the music of Tennessee's time.