ROCKING brothers Brennan, Bryce and Austin Mileto, better known as Sisters Doll, will soon be rocking Hollywood’s Sunset Strip, from the world-famous Whisky A Go Go to the Hard Rock Café.
Sisters Doll are fast on their way to super-stardom, with the release of their debut album Welcome to the Dollhouse, and the announcement of their coming international shows.
In early August, they will fly to Los Angeles to play with some of the biggest names in rock and roll, in some of the most prestigious venues.
It is a huge opportunity for the brothers, who say they “can’t wait” to take their music to a new country.
First up, on August 3 they will play at the Hard Rock Café. They will have the opportunity to impress a “who’s-who” of rock and roll, at a closed VIP event there, said their manager Jillian Jake.
Next, they will play at the LA Rock Honors closing party at Universal Studios, which will be attended by representatives of legendary rock bands such as AC/DC, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Guns and Roses and even Jimmy Hendrix’s brother, Leon.
Last but not least, they will end their LA tour with two shows at the world-famous Whisky A Go Go, supporting Crash Diet.
Meetings about more possible shows in America are continuing, but many doors are already opening for the local brothers.
“These shows are major signing opportunities, and being able to play for and meet with major labels and producers who have worked with the likes of Prince can change everything for the boys,” Ms Jake said.
Sisters Doll has a large teenage fan base, perhaps unexpected for a band whose influences are largely in 80s rock bands such as KISS and Alice Cooper.
Lead singer Brennan said the group’s music is not aimed at a specific age group but the fans are mainly aged between 10 and 40.
Recently groups of girls have been turning up to their shows, following them from Harvey to Albany, decked out in trademark top hats and face paint, he said.
This indicates Sisters Doll already has a doting fan base which is rapidly increasing.
Brennan said he was overwhelmed by the success of the theatrical film clip for their single Dollhouse. The music video received thousands of views within the first 24 hours of going online, and has gained the band more local and international attention.
The band’s major achievements reflect their home town Collie’s ongoing support for local bands and he and his brothers could not be more thankful, Brennan said.
The band started an “all ages” tour in Mandurah last week, and their next stop is Collie. Doors at the Collie Eagles Football Club open at 7pm tomorrow (Friday) and somebody will win a guitar signed by the boys. Their newly released album Welcome to the Dollhouse will also be on sale.
The tour will also include shows in Donnybrook, Karratha and Albany.
- KAILYN CRABBE