We decided to do something a little different at rehearsal. Check out our rockin’ version of the Kansas City Chiefs chant- inspired by the loudest fans in the world & captured live at our studio rehearsal space. Be sure to give this video a like & smash the subscribe button on our channel.

Go Chiefs! 

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TROY rocks Uno Rios and The Legacy Vets 2 years runnin’

Texas bound. Land of longhorns, In & out Burger and ZZ Top.

This Trip was stellar for the TROY gang. This was our second year going down to Texas for the Uno Rios Bike Rally and Music Festival to hang with some amazing Vets from all around the United States. All while keeping our bellys full. Freedom truly does cost, and TROY owes so much of what we do to our service men and women.Uno Rios Bike rally and festival gave us the honor of rocking their stage, & hanging with all the vets and current members!

With all that said, we can’t wait to be back next year with these amazing cats!

Thanks again Munro, Ringo, and the rest of the gang!

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TROY at the Gen X show with BuckCherry, P.O.D. Alien Ant Farm & More!

Photo Cred: Lexi Miles/Ms. Miles Media

The Gen X show here in Springfield, Mo was like something out of a movie. Tons of new faces came out to see some great regional and national bands rock the outdoor fest into the night! We were ecstatic to share the stage with Buck Cherry and POD, two bands we have had the pleasure of playing with in the past!

We have nothing for but love for The POD squad, they bring it full blast live every time and know how to keep everyone into the show and music. Especially the little rockers! Our dear friends in The Many Colored Death and Paralandra crushed the stage, helping rep the rock vein of Midwest. Behind the scenes I had some awesome conversations with Dryden Mitchell from Alien Ant Farm about tracking Vocals at home, Rigs, and Recording with Jay Baumgardner. overall just a freakin’ great night!

Can’t wait to do it all again!


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New Year, New Music, Same Love

Cord Bishop of TROY

TROY Family Love 2018

It is an integral part of what we do to provide for our fans music and moments to feel moved by as we strive forward in our times. As we welcome the 2018 year, TROY is excited about many things. We have received many opportunities and many blessings since the release of our last ep “Two Worlds” and as we anticipate a release of our newest album in the 2018 year, we are reminded of the magic made possible by the loving support of our loyal fans. Our hearts lead us to play and our fires are fueled by the appreciation and love that we receive in return.

Cord Bishop and Erik Milan of TROY.

While finishing the newest upcoming album, we also prepare for the season of music festivals ahead, including our performance at Rocklahoma in Pryor, OK, and gain excitement in returning to see so many of our beloved fans. While not on tour we think of those we have made connections with, all of our fans and friends, and we anticipate seeing all of those folks once again!  TROY looks forward to touring in 2018 and celebrating what we do with those who make it possible for us with some fresh tasty jams. We appreciate all those who joined us last weekend on the 12th at The Riff in our hometown of Springfield MO. It was a great show to kick off the new year! We had a blast sharing the set list with so many who have supported us for so long. Stay posted for updates on the new album and tour dates where you can hear the new stuff!


Over and out for now, TROY nation. Keep on, rockin’ on!

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Springfield’s Q102 Toys for Tickets – Round 3!

Tis the season for Springfield’s Q102 Toys for Tickets!


For the 3rd year in a row it was not only an honor, but a privilege to be involved with Springfield’sQ102 Toys for Tickets. We have witnessed this event become a thriving support system in our community, helping bring countless toys to children and those in need of a little extra love during the holiday season.  This year was no different based off the outpour of gifts received and how steamy the Outland Ballroom got!

To see so many involved give something for those souls in hardship that surround us & throw a lil’ rock n roll in the mix makes the whole holiday sweeter than hot chocolate. Through the years Q102 has done more than just raise toys, they’ve also brought in some killer acts like Trapt, Devour the Day, Like A Storm, Bridge to Grace & Through Fire during the process! 2017 Toys for Tickets was no shortage of stardom with Chris Jericho & Fozzy crushin’ the stage with a stellar performance.  We saw a plethora of fans and Q lovers who came out to help the toy drive and watch some killer music.

For us, Toys for Tickets & 2017 was a success thanks to all of you! It truly has been an amazing year, having so many killer fans we have seen and met, as well as killer acts we have been blessed to share the stage with!

Here’s just a small sample of a few killer bands we shared the stage with this year!


Cheers! Love you all!


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