Nashville duo "The Sisterhood" made their Grand Ole Opry debut on the special Sunday night eclipse Opry leading up to the coast to coast eclipse, playing alongside Darius Rucker, Wynonna Judd, and Little Big Town.
Made up of Ruby Stewart and Alyssa Bonagura, The Sisterhood was formed two years ago after Ruby's father, Rod Stewart, heard Ruby and Alyssa singing and said they should form a duo.
The Sisterhood has released an EP of their songs and is currently working on a new album after being signed by Sony Music Nashville.
Stewart and Bonagura will be producing the first four songs on their new record, and they have been working with numerous musicians including Pino Palladino and Steve Jordan.
The Sisterhood had recently been on tour with Rod Stewart, and they had a show scheduled where they were opening for Steven Tyler.
The Sisterhood is also scheduled to play at Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival in Franklin in September.