Episode #1: Bish Reviews Bish: Stephen Bishop Reacts To

His Iconic Animal House Guitar Scene

Episode #2: Stephen reacts to his own performance of "On and On," on The Midnight Special in 1977.


Episode #3: Stephen Bishop reviews Tim Moore's 1974 song, "Second Avenue." He is joined by his long time friend and band member, Jim Wilson.

Platinum-selling, Grammy and Oscar-nominated singer-songwriter Stephen Bishop Interviews with legendary musicians, songwriters and music industry professionals. Topics include the famous album reviews, songwriting, publishing, tour life, guitars, band members, fashion, performing onstage, concert jokes, and more.


In total Stephen has written 650+ songs, released 19 albums, sold over 10+ million records worldwide and had his music streamed 200+ million times. His most recent album, “We’ll Talk About It Later In The Car,” was released by BMG in 2019. Stephen has played his songs personally for Barbra Streisand, Diana Ross, Jimmy Webb, Sting, Bette Midler, Melissa Manchester,  and Katy Perry. In Eric Clapton's autobiography, he mentions Stephen Bishop as one of his favorite songwriters.


Stephen's hits include, "On and On, It Might Be You (Theme From Tootsie), Save It For A Rainy Day, Separate Lives (Theme From White Nights, which he was awarded an Oscar nomination), and Animal House."  Stephen's songs have been recorded by Phil Collins, Eric Clapton, Art Garfunkel, Steve Perry, Gene Simmons, David Crosby, Barbra Streisand, Pavoratti, Johnny Mathis, Kenny Loggins, Art Garfunkel, Beyonce, and more. 

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Episode #4: Stephen Bishop reviews Michael McDonald's song, "I Can Let Go Now." He is joined by his long time friend and band member, Jim Wilson.

Episode #5: Life's A Bish: British Invasion Edition (Part One) - I Want To Hold Your Hand (The Beatles)Stephen Bishop reviews songs from The British Invasion Era. Starting with The Beatles, "I Want To Hold Your Hand," on his "Life's A Bish" video podcast. He is joined by his long time friend and co-founder of Rhino Records, Harold Bronson.