The Veronicas and Other Musician Twins

If you happen to have grown up in a musical family, you understand the very unique dynamic of making music with family members. Whether it’s harmonizing in the car on a roadtrip or jamming with your little brother in the basement, there is just something…different. Be it genetics and inherited musical talents or just similar upbringings and influences, if you can get along with a family member long enough to collaborate musically, magical things can happen.

Seeing a story on the Veronicas somewhere recently got me wondering. How many not just sibling musicians are there out there (there must be a ton), but how many twin musicians? A lot, it turns out. Here is a sampling.

Lisa and Jessica Origliasso of The Veronicas

Tegan and Sara Quin of Tegan and Sara

Simone and Amadeo Pace of Blonde Redhead

Joel and Benji Madden of Good Charlotte

Sam and Amanda Marchant of Samanda

Jacob and Joshua Miller of Nemesis

Kim and Kelly Deal of The Breeders

Chandra and Leigh Watson of The Watson Twins

Any of you musicians out there jam with your family? Your twin? Tell us your story.


4 Responses to “The Veronicas and Other Musician Twins”

  1. 1 campymountain March 21, 2009 at 1:33 pm

    Two you’ve missed:
    Tom and Bill Kaulitz of Tokio Hotel
    Jacob and Josh Olds of Family Force 5.

  2. 2 unknown awesome person August 1, 2009 at 7:05 am

    melanie and melissa dino – the dino twinz. will be better than the veronicas.

  1. 1 Pages tagged "blonde redhead" Trackback on October 18, 2008 at 10:22 pm

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