Industry Pics: The Sisterhood Band, Brice Long, Rachel Wammack

The Sisterhood Band Joins Rod Stewart’s Nashville Show

Pictured (L-R): Sony Music Nashville’s EVP Marketing & New Business John Zarling and Chairman & CEO Randy Goodman; The Sisterhood Band’s Ruby Stewart, the headliner’s daughter, and Alyssa Bonagura; Sony Music Nashville’s SVP A&R Jim Catino, EVP/COO Ken Robold, VP A&R  Taylor Lindsey and The Sisterhood Band Marketing Lead Liz Cost. Photo: Adam Davis

Sony Music Nashville’s The Sisterhood Band made a special appearance at global superstar Rod Stewart‘s Bridgestone Arena concert in Nashville Wednesday evening before a capacity crowd. The duo is comprised of headliner Stewart’s daughter Ruby and Alyssa Bonagura, who is the daughter of Kathie Baillie and Michael Bonagura, who fronted RCA country band Baillie and the Boys in the late 1980s and early ’90s.

 

Brice Long And Friends Benefit Concert Raises More than $91K

Pictured (L-R): Mark Nesler, Brice Long, Casey James

More than 1,200 people packed the James E. Bruce Convention Center in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, for the 13th annual Brice Long and Friends Back to Back Foundation Benefit concert. Foundation Chairman Brent Gilkey announced the concert, which is the primary fundraiser for the foundation. The event broke last year’s total, by bringing in $91,900.

 

Rachel Wammack Makes Surprise Performance In Nashville

Pictured (L-R): Sony Music Nashville EVP Marketing & New Business John Zarling; RCA Nashville Promotion’s Nicole Walden, Matt Galvin, and Liz Sledge; SMN’s VP A&R Taylor Lindsey, Chairman & CEO Randy Goodman, Director National Promotion Lauren Thomas; Rachel Wammack; SMN VP Creative Services Tracy Fleaner; “Damage” co-writer Tom Douglas; SMN A&R Manager Margaret Tomlin, Maverick Management’s Halie Hampton, SMN A&R Representative Jillian Whitefield, RCA Nashville Promotion’s Mallory Opheim; SMN’s Wammack Marketing Lead Liz Cost, Coordinator Marketing Chloe Doyle, Manager Partership Marketing Jamie Alberici, SVP A&R Jim Catino and Associate Director Digital Strategy Jaime Marconette. Photo: Adam Davis

RCA Nashville’s Rachel Wammack performed a surprise pop-up show earlier this week at Green Hill’s Courtyard by Marriott, where she was a bartender when she first moved to Nashville from Alabama. Wammack’s 20-minute set included her single “Damage,” penned with Tom Douglas and David Hodges, as well as other tracks from her self-titled EP.

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