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With deep roots in agriculture, the Render Sisters have transitioned from life on the farm to life on stage as a pop-country duo, originating from Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

Mary-Keaton and Stella speak with RFD-TV’s Tammi Arender on what drove them to pursue music, how being sisters has helped with their craft, and the meaning behind their song “Count on Me, Count on You.”

They credit their grandmother for guiding them down the path of music. “She influenced us so much and just taught us so much as we were growing up,” Stella states.

According to Mary-Keaton, “I don’t think we could do it alone. Stella and I feed off each other very much, and we are best friends, not just sisters. So, that definitely helps the process.”

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About Render Sisters:
The Render Sisters are a young pop country duo from Pine Bluff, Arkansas who were influenced to become songwriters by their grandmother, a music teacher. Having graced as many small town stages since elementary school, these harmonious teenage southern songstresses are now ready to strike their own chords as original singers and songwriters, with their debut songs, “Lost Boy” & “Count On Me Count On You,” premiering summer and fall of 2020. Visit RenderSisters.com to learn more, or follow @RenderSistersMusic on social media.

Render Sisters Contacts:
Media & PR: Jason Ashcraft | JAshcraft502@gmail.com | +1 (502) 994-2523
Booking & Management:  Bernard Porter | Bernard@pcgnashville.com | +1 (615) 400-8321