Bishop Briggs

Bishop Briggs, Satori out for their Coachella performances after testing positive for COVID

Bishop Briggs and Satori won't be able to take the stage for the scheduled Coachella performances this weekend after testing positive for COVID-19.The second weekend of the Coachella Music & Arts Festival kicks off today in Indio.Briggs, the Scottish-American singer-songwriter, tweeted the unfortunate turn of events on Thursday. She had just debuted her pregnancy at her performance last weekend."I've taken multiple tests and they are all positive," she wrote on Twitter. "In order to keep you guys, my band and crew safe I won't be able to make my Coachella set tomorrow. I am beyond bummed and fighting back tears...
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Bishop Briggs Is Pregnant With Her First Child — When Is Her Due Date?

Scottish-American singer Bishop Briggs is known for her soulful voice and heart-wrenching lyrics, but she's about to be known as a mom! Shortly before she performed at Coachella 2022, Bishop revealed she was pregnant and in her third trimester. While iconic musical performances from pregnant songstresses (hello, Beyoncé, Halsey, and Cardi B!) are not uncommon, fans are curious about her due date being so close.

Bishop Briggs Is Reborn

Story by Sandra Song / Photography by Brian Ziff / Styling by Monica Murillo / Hair by Natalie Castillo / Makeup by Rya Ramirez. In astrology, the sign of Scorpio contains a dual meaning. On one hand, scorpions are considered a harbinger of death, sex and transformation; a sting powerful enough to kill a human being within minutes and a mating ritual that results in the male’s death but the beginning of a new generation. At same time, the scorpion is also a devoted and protective mother, which makes them influential symbols of female power, maternal love and rebirth, meaning a pregnant Bishop Briggs and I immediately start talking about her star sign, the baby’s due date and, of course, the giant scorpion tattoo covering her entire left shin.
Alternative Press

Bishop Briggs and Sueco are using their platforms to empower people

In issue 399, we featured Bishop Briggs and Sueco as cover artists. During our conversations, the two artists detailed their careers, their inspirations and their vision. They also spoke to the changing nature of alternative music and their ambitious visions for their own career. Along the way, they revealed their shared work ethic, a thoughtful approach to music and a passion for reaching others. The content has been modified to meet the standards of Alternative Press’ digital platform.
Harper's Bazaar

Bishop Briggs Is Our Next Music Director

“I’ve missed performing so much,” says indie-pop singer-songwriter Bishop Briggs. “There is something that lights up in my spirit and soul when I get to be on stage. Briggs wrapped up the tour behind her second studio album, Champion, at the end of 2019, right before the pandemic hit. Ahead of her first show back—she’ll be supporting Dermot Kennedy at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater on August 5—she curated a playlist around this issue’s theme of performance. “There were a few things that came to mind when diving into the concept—the visual aspect, how it makes you feel, vocal performance, and escapism,” Briggs explains. “This playlist is a mix of all of those elements.” Kicking it off is one of Briggs’s own songs, a soulful breakup ballad called “I Still Love You.” Also making the cut: “I Will Always Love You,” by Dolly Parton, one of her “number-one songwriting inspirations,” along with “Lost,” by Frank Ocean, whose music makes Briggs “think deeper and feel deeper,” and “Good News,” by Mac Miller. “He brings an energy you can’t deny to his songs,” she says of the late rapper. “He’s a very special artist I wish I could’ve collaborated with.”

Dire Straits Legacy, Bishop Briggs to play free NYS Fair concerts

The Great New York State Fair has added two more concerts to its 2021 lineup. DSL* Dire Straits Legacy, which features musicians who performed and recorded with the band Dire Straits plus Trevor Horn (of The Buggles “Video Killed the Radio Star” fame), will perform Tuesday, Aug. 24, on the Chevy Park stage as part of the NYS Fair’s Chevrolet Music Festival. The Dire Straits were a British rock band best known for ‘70s and ‘80s hits like “Sultans of Swing,” “Romeo and Juliet” and the early MTV favorite “Money for Nothing.”
Citizen Online

Scottish-American singer Bishop Briggs to make appearance at New York State Fair

The Scottish-born, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter who hit the alternative and rock charts with songs such as “Wild Horses” and “River” will be performing at the New York State Fair. The fair announced Thursday that Bishop Briggs will appear on the Chevy Park stage Monday, Aug. 23, at a time to...

Bishop Briggs Reveals The Emotional Reason She Won't Shave Her Head Again

In 2018, Bishop Briggs debuted a shaved head in solidarity with her friend who was diagnosed with breast cancer and kept the style for two years. Recently she's been growing her hair out and has added long extensions to help ring in her new era of music. Since debuting the new look, she's already been asked if she'd ever considered shaving her head again.