Rising Country Duo The Sisterhood Band Debuts New Music

Take a listen to these two great new songs!

Written by Jeremy Chua
Rising Country Duo The Sisterhood Band Debuts New Music
The Sisterhood Band; Photo credit: Brenton Giesey

Fresh off their tour with Steven Tyler and in the middle of ongoing dates with Jessie James Decker, The Sisterhood Band drops two new songs, showcasing their strong harmonies as vocalists, all while writing and producing their own music.

The two-song release offers listeners a taste of their country-pop leaning delivery and sound, like the undeniably feel-good roll-down-your-windows summer drive tune “Get Up And Go” and “Bullet,” a song that celebrates the emotional liberation from a breakup. Co-produced by Hunter Hayes, the latter narrates a relationship that almost wrecked the persona, but as she recounts that past love and what could have been, she is glad that she dodged the bullet and came out the better of it.

Named by CMT as the Next Women of Country, the duo, comprised of Alyssa Bonagura and Ruby Stewart, are no strangers to music. In fact, they grew up being surrounded by it in the family. 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 daughter of supermodel Kelly Emberg and rock icon Rod Stewart.

Information about the remaining dates for the Jessie James Decker tour and more about the duo can be found HERE.