The Bishop Boys are a singer/songwriter duo from Windsor, Ontario. With a wide range of influences from jazz and R&B to indie and folk, the pair brings an eclectic sound to the stage. This project is the result of many late-night jam sessions and a special creative synergy between two like-minded friends who met in high school and connected instantaneously. Although they have been writing together for over five years, they have only recently started recording their debut LP.


The release of their debut single, “Might Be Alright,” in September 2018 attracted a significant amount of attention and has resulted in sold-out shows at staple Windsor venues like Phog Lounge and GBCB (Green Bean Café).

They have also received invitations to perform at the Island Unplugged Music Festival on Pelee Island and the Tecumseh Corn Festival.


Two core members of the local jazz group, the Coffee House Combo, the pair brings with them a wealth of performance experience as well as a comprehensive knowledge of harmony to this new project. Their thoughtful, introspective lyrics create narratives on themes of love, heartbreak, and carefree summer nights. Like their lyrics, their distinctive sound exudes a feeling of warmth, reminiscent of groups like Chicago and The Band.