Kimpton Aertson Hotel to host free, intimate concert benefitting The Trevor Project

NASHVILLE, TN (June 19, 2019) – Don’t miss the fifth stop for Kimpton Off The Record when Nashville’s boutique Kimpton Aertson Hotel hosts rising hometown duo The Sisterhood Band for an intimate performance at the Midtown neighborhood hotel on Thursday, July 11 from 7-10 p.m.

Connecting people through music, Off The Record is an immersive live concert series bringing people together for memorable, up-close performances at seven Kimpton locations across the country. Kimpton’s music series has also partnered with record subscription service Vinyl Me, Please and Gibson Guitars to support its longtime charity partner The Trevor Project. Vinyl Me, Please is donating a portion of the proceeds from each subscription sign-up made through Kimpton Off The Record’s microsite, while Gibson Guitars has donated 12 Les Pauls, each signed by the event’s headliner, with a total value exceeding $36,000 to each show’s silent auction with proceeds going directly to The Trevor Project.

“Being in a city where world-class concerts are a nightly thing, we’re excited to offer the opportunity to experience this type of personal performance with The Sisterhood Band, especially in their hometown element,” says Mark Hayes, Kimpton Aertson Hotel general manager. “At Kimpton, we believe that travel is enhanced through shared connections and experiences, and Off The Record is a tangible event we can offer to facilitate that on a local level with both visitors and Nashville residents.”

Fewer than 200 tickets are available for this Music City event with The Sisterhood Band, which will also include food and drinks from Henley available for purchase throughout the evening. Those interested in attending can enter to win a pair of tickets here, as well as explore dates and headliners for upcoming Off The Record shows, behind-the-scenes footage of past performances, Q&As with the artists and much more. Guests must be 21+ to enter and winners will be notified Monday, July 1.

An image of The Sisterhood Band can be downloaded here.

Opened in June 2017 in Nashville’s Midtown neighborhood, the boutique Kimpton Aertson Hotel echoes the creative spirit of Music City. The 180 rooms feature crisp, natural colors with wood accents, marble bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and custom art throughout. The property also boasts Southern hospitality-inspired service and amenities including a seasonal rooftop pool and bar, Woodhouse Spa, 8,600 square feet of event and meeting space, 24-hour fitness center and nationally acclaimed bar and restaurant Henley. For more information, visit or call 615.340.6376 and follow along on Facebook and Instagram.

San Francisco-based Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants is the acknowledged industry pioneer that introduced the boutique hotel concept to the United States in 1981. Anchored in one-of-a-kind experiences, Kimpton operates more than 60 hotels and 70 restaurants, bars and lounges across urban locations, resort destinations and up and coming markets in the United States, Europe and the Caribbean. Time and again, Kimpton has demonstrated its commitment to creating spaces and experiences that are centered on its guests. From inspiring design that evokes curiosity to forward-thinking flavors that feed the soul, every detail is thoughtfully curated and artfully delivered. The Kimpton experience is always meaningful, unscripted and ridiculously personal.

Kimpton is highly regarded for its workplace culture and has been consistently recognized on the FORTUNE magazine “100 Best Companies to Work For” list. Empowered employees bring to life the heartfelt guest experience that has come to define Kimpton.

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Alyssa Bonagura and Ruby Stewart were each born under a full moon, raised on the road, and now they are finding a singular voice as The Sisterhood Band. After touring internationally with Steven Tyler in 2018 and opening recent dates for Jessie James Decker, the duo recently released “Bullet” and “Get Up And Go,” a two-pack on Arista Nashville that highlights their otherworldly harmonies and undeniable gifts as songwriters and in the studio as producers. In June 2018, just in time for their Steven Tyler tour, the duo released debut music: Summer Setlist, an acoustic 7-song collection of reflective and authentic songs about life and living it beyond rules and expectations.

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. Abandoning solo careers, they bonded as songwriters and created a distinct, compelling sound as The Sisterhood Band.