Press Release


Two-Pack by Two of Country Music’s Most Dynamic Singer/Songwriters
Alyssa Bonagura and Ruby Stewart

“Bullet” and “Get Up And Go” Written and Produced by the Duo Dubbed by
CMT as the Next Women of Country

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NASHVILLE, TN – After touring internationally with Steven Tyler and opening recent dates for Jessie James Decker, The Sisterhood Band is releasing new music for their growing fan base – a two-pack highlighting their otherworldly harmonies and undeniable gifts as songwriters and in the studio as producers.

Released today by Arista Nashville, the two-pack includes “Bullet,” a song about not just getting out of a bad situation, but getting out in time and intact, and “Get Up And Go,” an urgent and spirited appeal to live in the now. The music is available on all digital retailers and streaming platforms. Listen HERE.

Dubbed by CMT as the Next Women in Country, the musical innovators come by their gifts naturally, but the acclaim is earned. Bonagura’s parents, Kathie Baillie and Michael Bonagura, fronted RCA country band Baillie and the Boys in the late 1980s and early ‘90s, and Stewart is the offspring of supermodel Kelly Emberg and rock icon Rod Stewart.

They were each raised on the road with an obsessive passion for music and the mavericks who create it. Bonagura received a full scholarship to study sound technology at the Paul McCartney Institute for Performing Arts in Liverpool. She and Stewart were thriving as songwriters with solo careers before finding kindred spirits in each other and their shared devotion to creating a distinct, compelling sound as The Sisterhood Band.

Smart, authentic and affirming, the two-pack is the follow-up to The Sisterhood Band’s Summer Setlist, a seven-track acoustic collection, which released in June 2018, just prior to the duo joining Tyler and his Loving Mary Band on his summer tour of the U.S. and Europe. Information about the remaining dates for the Jessie James Decker tour can be found HERE.

May 10 – The Texas Club, Baton Rouge, LA
May 11 – Buckhead Theatre, Atlanta, GA
May 12 – Bob Carr Theater, Orlando, FL
May 16 – Beacon Theatre, New York, NY
May 17 – Warner Theatre, Washington, DC
May 18 – The Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, Canada
May 30 – Austin City Limits Live at the Moody Theater, Austin, TX
May 31 – Majestic Theatre, Dallas, TX
June 1 – House of Blues, Houston, TX
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