Rock(ed) It Out for Farm Animals II Author: Doug Abel | Wednesday, July 21, 2010 | No comments On July 20th sisters and singers Whitney Wolf and Lindsay Wolf joined together for the first time to perform rockin’ originals, covers, and duets, at the acclaimed venue Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater — all to benefit the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary in Woodstock, NY. An original, fresh, and inventive singer-songwriter, Whitney Wolf has been performing since the young age of ten, where she had a knack for making up songs on her family’s piano. The love of music making led her to Berklee College of Music, and where she has performed to packed houses in numerous indie music venues across Boston. Joe’s Pub marked her first New York music venture. After performing several times at Joe’s Pub with the likes of acclaimed singer Mary McBride and in Shaina Taub’s rock musical “The Sisters”, Lindsay Wolf graced the stage of Joe’s once more before venturing to California. Best known by her activist community as the “Kiss Me, I’m Vegan!” blogger, Lindsay has added veganism and animal advocacy to her list of life loves. An actress and singer since in the age of four, Lindsay is a also a veteran of the indie and Off-Broadway theater scene, and she was so excited to have Joe’s Pub be her last artistic venture before heading out West! Many thanks to Lindsay and Whitney, guitarists Neimah Djourabchi and Scott Mehus, and Matt Rice for running a raffle.