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April 19, 2023 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm


SISTASTRINGS.  Need I say more?.  They are so sizzlin’  we had to add this extra show. Ticket link after the bio.

CHAUNTEE ROSS (violin & vocals) & MONIQUE ROSS (cello and vocals) said they wanted to play here again. We thought about it for a while, and said yes, just because they are the bomb diggity.

Milwaukee bred sisters, Monique and Chauntee Ross, spent their entire music education not quite fitting any particular mold. Raised by two ministers, enrolled in conservatory at young ages, Monique and Chauntee embraced what made them different. Their art is meant to reflect their varying musical interests in a way that draws the listener in. Music becomes a journey and SistaStrings invites you to find your path.

Collaboration has been at the forefront of SistaStrings’ art. The sisters grew up playing their instruments in the church which is where their love of harmonies and improvisation was cultivated. Their entire childhood was immersed in music and making music with their peers in many different settings. It wasn’t until 2014 when both Monique and Chauntee moved back to their hometown, Milwaukee, WI when they began this project. They began exploring their sound as SistaStrings and collaborating with a variety of Milwaukee artist and found a strong creative community.

During their “discovery phase”, SistaStrings met and began to collaborate with fellow Milwaukeean Peter Mulvey. They’ve recorded two albums together, one of which is being released in 2022. 2021 opened a new chapter for the duo as they relocated to Nashville. They quickly found a sisterhood with Allison Russell and became family and collaborators. They are members of The Rainbow Coalition of the Loving, Russell’s touring band. Monique and Chauntee can also be found touring with Brandi Carlile Spring/Summer 2022. It’s no coincidence that collaboration is a strong point for the sisters. They believe that music and the arts reflect life and use their music to create opportunity for others and promote love and acceptance.

Friend Evan Lane will open for them. Evan was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A true ‘Midwestern-er.’ He began his classical training in 4th grade, 1999. Before that his first gig was singing with his school choir at age 6 at a Starbucks for the Holidays. Evan spent some time living in East Troy, WI., where he wrote every song off his newly released ep, ‘Etude.’ He moved back to Milwaukee in 2016 and has been hard at work taking gigs and spending every minute possible recording his ep. Known for his smooth vocals and beautiful singer-songwriter, pop styled music.


April 19, 2023
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm