Three of The Dependents go to high school in Fort Plain and Canajoharie, NY.  Jocelyn is a freshman at Harvard University.

Chris Arndt

Chris manages, plays guitar and sings for The Dependents. He is 17 years old and a senior at Fort Plain High School. He also sings for the school chorus and plays sax and bass for the school band and jazz band. When he's not playing guitar, he can be found running, on the tennis courts, or facing down his dad in an intense chess battle. During the winter, he works as a snowboard instructor for the New York Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) at Gore Mountain. He is also writing and recording music with Jocelyn at White Lake Music and Post and recently recorded a guitar track on the album "Simply" by rising country star Chelsea Cavanaugh.

Jocelyn Arndt

Jocelyn is 18 and entering her freshman year at Harvard University.  She sings and plays piano for The Dependents.  Jocelyn has been asked to sing the National Anthem at the Diamond Dawgs semi-pro baseball stadium and at the local rodeo and also works as a ski instructor for ORDA at Gore Mountain during the winter months.  In January, 2013, Jocelyn was signed by Bridge Road Entertainment and White Lake Music and Post and recently recorded 13 new songs before heading off to Cambridge.    

Evan Searles

Evan is the drummer for both The Dependents and the school band. He is very musical, and also plays guitar and bass guitar. Evan is 16 and a junior. He plays basketball and soccer, runs cross-country, and is a sprinter and pole-vaulter for the HS track team. When he's not drumming, he can be found on his 4-wheeler or rocking the half-pipe with his snowboard.

 Valerie Hoffman

Valerie is 17 and a senior at Canjo HS. She plays bass guitar for The Dependents and alto saxophone for the school band. During the summer, Val works as a camp counselor in the Adirondack Mountains.  Val is always busy.  When you track her down, she will probably be working feeding calves, camping with her family or skiing. 

 
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