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30
SISTERS DOLL @ The White Star, Albany

Albany, Western Australia, Australia

Albany, Western Australia, Australia

Dec
14
SISTERS DOLL @ Exchange Hotel Kalgoorlie Western Australia

None, Western Australia, Australia

None, Western Australia, Australia

Dec
13
SISTERS DOLL @ Exchange Hotel Kalgoorlie Western Australia

None, Western Australia, Australia

None, Western Australia, Australia

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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.

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.

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


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.

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.

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


LOCAL rock band Sisters Doll has landed an American publicist after impressing Hollywood with their talent, appearance and the quality of their “Welcome to the Dollhouse” album.

The Mileto brothers, who recently returned from a three-week trip to Los Angeles, were told they were a breath of fresh air in the Mecca of rock music.

Their new publicist, Christopher Ewing, also told them they were “close to exploding”, all it would take was exposure. They could get that with more visits to America.

Ewing is the chief executive officer of the Indie Music Channel and has won an Emmy for his work in the entertainment industry.

Christopher watched Brennan and his two brothers perform at the Indie Entertainment Summit last month, after hype had already built up about the Australian ’80s style glam rock band.

They went to the five-day Summit in their wild Sisters Doll costumes.

It was a bold decision considering all the other attendees dressed in thongs and jeans. Even in Hollywood, Sisters Doll stood out, and it paid off.

“There was heaps of hype because of what we wore,” Bryce said. “We got our publicist out of it.”

On their Saturday night in America, Sisters Doll performed at the closing party, held at Universal Studios.

Brennan said most of the attendees left performances happening elsewhere to watch them. This was just because of the curiosity built-up by their costumes.

They played at Hard Rock Café, in Hollywood Boulevard, on the previous night. This performance had no doubt prompted the good attendance at the closing party.

The boys admitted they felt the pressure of the large crowd’s expectations. They were aware of representatives from powerful labels watching their every move.

Brennan said Christopher had a system when evaluating “undiscovered talent”.

At the beginning of each performance he would stand at the front to look at the talent. “Then he would sit at the back and watch the audience’s responses,” Brennan said.

It did not happen with Sisters Doll. “He was mesmerised at the front,” Brennan said.

It was clear how impressed Christopher was with Sisters Doll when he gave feedback to a room full of undiscovered bands who had given him their unsolicited albums to listen to.

Bass guitarist Austin Mileto said Christopher did not give individual feedback, it was about every band as a unit.

Brennan said Christopher saved Sisters Doll until last. They were nervous as he kept picking up their “Welcome to the Dollhouse” album before he would put it down to criticise another band.

The panelist used Sisters Doll as a perfect example of how to create a first album. He said he was amazed at the ideas expressed in their album.

Brennan said Christopher understood what they had been trying to achieve.

“He picked up the album and said, ‘this, this is something else. You’d wake up in the morning and wish you’d thought of this concept’,” Brennan said.

The boys said Christopher’s only concern was that their current location would hold them back. They would probably have to go back to America before the end of the year to build up their fan base.

The boys said their publicist told them their fan base was currently small, but “that will change in a heartbeat”.

“He said ‘1 like’ on Facebook isn’t a fan,’” Brennan said.

A fan was somebody who would buy their music and see their concerts.

The boys said three weeks in Los Angeles was not enough. “We had the opportunity to support Twisted Sister’s front man Dee Snider, but we had to leave,” Brennan said.

The Mileto boys also exchanged emails with band members from Scorpions and Pink Floyd and talked to former Guns ’N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler, Kiss lead guitarist Bruce Kulick, and Leon, the brother of Jimi Hendrix.

Sisters Doll reviews in LA

Christopher Ewing (publicist): This is the best film clip I have seen in a long time. Never has a look of a band been so engaging since Boy George. Every song on their album could be a hit. There’s not one filler.

Bruce Kulick (KISS Guitarist): You young lads not only look great but sound great too. I’m so impressed.

Scott Page (Pink Floyd): You guys have got it all and will have them eating out of your hands.

Vicky Hamilton (Guns & Roses manager): I would love to book you guys.

Willie Basse (Slash, CC Devile, SNEW): Would love you guys to tour with us. - Chris Burns


LOCAL rock band Sisters Doll has landed an American publicist after impressing Hollywood with their talent, appearance and the quality of their “Welcome to the Dollhouse” album.

The Mileto brothers, who recently returned from a three-week trip to Los Angeles, were told they were a breath of fresh air in the Mecca of rock music.

Their new publicist, Christopher Ewing, also told them they were “close to exploding”, all it would take was exposure. They could get that with more visits to America.

Ewing is the chief executive officer of the Indie Music Channel and has won an Emmy for his work in the entertainment industry.

Christopher watched Brennan and his two brothers perform at the Indie Entertainment Summit last month, after hype had already built up about the Australian ’80s style glam rock band.

They went to the five-day Summit in their wild Sisters Doll costumes.

It was a bold decision considering all the other attendees dressed in thongs and jeans. Even in Hollywood, Sisters Doll stood out, and it paid off.

“There was heaps of hype because of what we wore,” Bryce said. “We got our publicist out of it.”

On their Saturday night in America, Sisters Doll performed at the closing party, held at Universal Studios.

Brennan said most of the attendees left performances happening elsewhere to watch them. This was just because of the curiosity built-up by their costumes.

They played at Hard Rock Café, in Hollywood Boulevard, on the previous night. This performance had no doubt prompted the good attendance at the closing party.

The boys admitted they felt the pressure of the large crowd’s expectations. They were aware of representatives from powerful labels watching their every move.

Brennan said Christopher had a system when evaluating “undiscovered talent”.

At the beginning of each performance he would stand at the front to look at the talent. “Then he would sit at the back and watch the audience’s responses,” Brennan said.

It did not happen with Sisters Doll. “He was mesmerised at the front,” Brennan said.

It was clear how impressed Christopher was with Sisters Doll when he gave feedback to a room full of undiscovered bands who had given him their unsolicited albums to listen to.

Bass guitarist Austin Mileto said Christopher did not give individual feedback, it was about every band as a unit.

Brennan said Christopher saved Sisters Doll until last. They were nervous as he kept picking up their “Welcome to the Dollhouse” album before he would put it down to criticise another band.

The panelist used Sisters Doll as a perfect example of how to create a first album. He said he was amazed at the ideas expressed in their album.

Brennan said Christopher understood what they had been trying to achieve.

“He picked up the album and said, ‘this, this is something else. You’d wake up in the morning and wish you’d thought of this concept’,” Brennan said.

The boys said Christopher’s only concern was that their current location would hold them back. They would probably have to go back to America before the end of the year to build up their fan base.

The boys said their publicist told them their fan base was currently small, but “that will change in a heartbeat”.

“He said ‘1 like’ on Facebook isn’t a fan,’” Brennan said.

A fan was somebody who would buy their music and see their concerts.

The boys said three weeks in Los Angeles was not enough. “We had the opportunity to support Twisted Sister’s front man Dee Snider, but we had to leave,” Brennan said.

The Mileto boys also exchanged emails with band members from Scorpions and Pink Floyd and talked to former Guns ’N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler, Kiss lead guitarist Bruce Kulick, and Leon, the brother of Jimi Hendrix.

Sisters Doll reviews in LA

Christopher Ewing (publicist): This is the best film clip I have seen in a long time. Never has a look of a band been so engaging since Boy George. Every song on their album could be a hit. There’s not one filler.

Bruce Kulick (KISS Guitarist): You young lads not only look great but sound great too. I’m so impressed.

Scott Page (Pink Floyd): You guys have got it all and will have them eating out of your hands.

Vicky Hamilton (Guns & Roses manager): I would love to book you guys.

Willie Basse (Slash, CC Devile, SNEW): Would love you guys to tour with us. - Chris Burns


Discography

Sisters Doll - EP 2011

Sisters Doll - "Welcome to the Dollhouse" Debut Album 2012

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Bio

“Glam Rock complete with Spandex, Big Hair
and a whole lot of Pyro is making a comeback!"

After just Recently opening up the Sold out Bunbury “Groovin the Moo” Australian Festival, These three young brothers have busted out of the small town of Collie and are on their way to becoming the world’s biggest rock stars. Gone are the days of jamming in the back shed. After being given the opportunity to play several small local gigs, Sisters Doll decided to get serious. Their EP launch was well-received when the venue reached a full capacity of 200 people and was quickly followed with the bands first film clip for the song ‘Isabella’.

B.Monroe, Lipz and Auzzy Foxxx are three very talented musicians who know how to put on a good show. Their energetic live performance continuously has punters of all ages up on their feet. Prepare to be shocked with outrageous stage show, confetti bombs and enough Pyro's to blow you up. Sisters Doll is an act not to be missed!

Starting in early 2010, the boys have won several band competitions including Ampfest which saw them take the winning spot out of 70 WA acts and Global Battle of the Bands, which gave the band a chance to compete in the Australasian Final in Sydney where the band got 5th place out of 400 bands. Sisters Doll also headed to the USA in August of 2012, due to interest from major industry professionals. Performing at the Iconic Whisky a Go Go, The IES Summit Rock Honours and The Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood. This was a great experience for the band which attracted a lot more attention from their performances. This has lead them to an appearance on the Rocklahoma Festival 2013 alongside some iconic bands such as Guns and Roses and Cheap Trick.

Sisters Doll have played countless gigs and festivals around Western Australia and also returning from a successful tour in Sydney. They have received outstanding reviews from the local press and venue owners, which prompted them to record their debut album
‘Welcome to the Dollhouse’ which was, released early 2012. This was followed by their first official video clip to there leading single “Dollhouse” which was received really well on Youtube with over 8,000 views in the first month and still rising to 26,500 views and still rising.
Sisters Doll has received radio airplay on radio stations all over the world with rave reviews for the album. It was nominated and reached number 8
position on The Sleaze Roxxx Review. Sisters Doll are excited for what the future holds for them and their Doll Army of fans.
Welcome to the Dollhouse - Are You ready to Play?