Just prior to the start of their performance at 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville Saturday evening, country duo The Sisterhood signed a long-term recording agreement with Sony Music Nashville.
Alyssa Bonagura and Ruby Stewart make up the country duo, and both have a compelling musical heritage. Alyssa is daughter of Kathie Baillie and Michael Bonagura, the core of the country band Baillie & The Boys, and Ruby’s father is rock icon Rod Stewart.
With the 3rd & Lindsley crowd as witnesses, Sony Music Nashville Chairman & CEO Randy Goodman welcomed The Sisterhood to the stage where they each signed the contract followed by Goodman introducing them as “Sony Music Nashville’s newest additions to our roster – The Sisterhood.” The duo, who returned the day before from opening Rod Stewart’s 10-city stadium tour in the U.K., performed an hour-long set featuring their country rock melodies and soaring rich harmonies.
The evening was a double celebration for Ruby Stewart as it was also her birthday. Adding to the spirit of the occasion, Ruby’s father sent a bagpipe player.
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