Bonnie Bishop




singer ∙ songwriter ∙ storyteller

“Went back in the house and picked up this guitar; somehow my fingers found their way to my heart.”

In one line, Bonnie Bishop sums up a lifetime of experience crammed into a few short years. 

In 2012, Bonnie won her first grammy for songwriting with "Not Cause I Wanted To", co-written with former NRBQ guitarist Big Al Anderson and recorded by blues legend, Bonnie Raitt. The song was voted Song of the Year by the New York Times and caused Raitt to proclaim: "Bonnie Bishop is very special - I think she is going to be a big star."

With a successful career on the Americana and Texas music circuits behind her, including five albums, critical acclaim and a nomination for Vocal Performance of the Year at the Lone Star Music Awards, Bonnie is proud to announce the launch of her groundbreaking ‘Story & Song’ podcast. This series is available exclusively on  Learn more here.



by Bonnie Bishop