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This sibling hip-hop group is bringing a fresh new sound to Austin's thriving music scene

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Austin, Texas, natives Troy, Luv and Cara Bishop are making waves in their local music scene, offering up a unique blend of jazz and hip-hop. They will perform live at the Austin City Limits Music Festival on Friday, October 13th. In a town known for its alt-country and honky tonk, The Bishops are proving that there's more to the state capital's music scene than first meets the eye.

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The Bishops, one of Austin's most exciting young bands
The Bishops prepare for the Austin City Limits music festival
Troy Bishop, the groups producer and beat master
Austin, like Nashville, is one of the countrys great cities for live music
Troy, with the Texas flag in the background
For big shows like ACL, The Bishops collaborate with a back up band, which includes a drummer, keys player and trumpet player


The Bishops stand behind the diversity of Austin's music scene, claiming its a great place to grow as a band because of the opportunity to play so many live gigs. "Our set list is constantly changing," said Troy.

The Bishops have started booking shows in other cities besides Austin.

The Bishops performance on Friday is at 12:30 p.m. on the Tito's Vodka stage.

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