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Arista Nashville Duo Shoots Video Scenes While Simultaneously Partnering With KKGO “Go Country 105” On Massive Multi-Week Promotional Campaign in Los Angeles


Nashville, Tennesse/Los Angeles, California – Arista Nashville’s The Sisterhood Band has released their “Get Up And Go” music video. Co-producers and co-writers of the track, The Sisterhood Band’s Alyssa Bonagura and Ruby Stewart wrote the treatment for the video. Co-directed by Jessica Amerson and Dallas Wilson, the music video can be viewed HERE.

The clip’s vividly colorful images and lyric-specific scenes were captured while the duo and country power-station KKGO “Go Country 105” partnered on a multiple-week promotion campaign in support of “Get Up And Go” in Los Angeles, including KKGO listener events at the Porsche Experience Center Los Angeles and La Peer Kimpton Hotel, on-air interviews and social takeovers as well as a television appearance on KTLA’s Morning News.

“We brought in two of our best friends, Dallas Wilson and Jessica Amerson, to help make this video with us,” remarked duo member Alyssa Bonagura. “We wanted people to get a real feel for who we are and what it would be like to take a road trip with us,” she added with a chuckle. “The clothes, the locations, the dancing, and the shenanigans is 100% exactly how we are in real life and hope our fans have as much fun watching it as we did making it!”

The Sisterhood Band’s Ruby Stewart responded, “This video means a lot to me – being a California native! We chose some our favorite locations along California’s Golden Coast, because that’s what inspired the song. We wanted our first music video to feel truly like US, so we styled and glammed it ourselves.” Stewart enthused, “Also, collaborating with people you love, like Jessica and Dallas, makes it easy to be yourself. We had absolutely brilliant time shooting this music video. I hope this stirs some restless feeling in your bones and you get up and go. The world is out there waiting for you, all you need is a ‘69 Cadillac with mounted longhorns!”


Pictured here at The Sisterhood Band KKGO “Go Country 105” La Peer Kimpton Hotel event in LA are the Arista Nashville duo, Ruby Stewart’s family members, KKGO staff and Arista Nashville rep, Lisa Owen. In the center left to right are The Sisterhood Band’s Ruby Stewart, her father rock legend Rod Stewart, KKGO PD Michael Levine and duo member Alyssa Bonagura.

About The Sisterhood Band

Powered by Ruby Stewart and Alyssa Bonagura, the sound of Arista Nashville’s The Sisterhood Band is an organic blend of the open melodies of classic West Coast folk and the magnetic swagger of timeless rock n’ roll.

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.

Raised on the road with an obsessive passion for music and the mavericks who create it, Stewart and Bonagura found kindred spirits in each other and their shared devotion to folk legend Joni Mitchell. Abandoning solo careers, they bonded as songwriters and created a distinct, compelling sound as The Sisterhood Band.

After touring internationally with Steven Tyler in 2018 and opening recent dates for Jessie James Decker, The Sisterhood Band just released new music for their growing fan base – a two-pack including “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 duo has amassed several accomplishments the past few years. They wrote and recorded the theme song “Tenderize My Heart” for the “Stewarts & Hamiltons” reality series on E!, performed at Fashion Weeks in Milan and Miami, landed a slot on the main stage at CMC music festival in Australia, opened for Gary Clark Jr. and Sheryl Crow, made guest appearances at Rod Stewart’s Las Vegas show at Caesar’s Palace, opened Sir Rod’s summer and winter stadium tours, headlined their first club tour in the U.K., and made their Grand Ole Opry debut on the eve of the historic solar eclipse in August 2017 followed by several appearances since then.