Award-Winning Family Celebrates Multiple Singing News Nominations
Nashville, TN (April 9, 2012) – For over 55 years The Hoppers have been singing to audiences around the world and they show no signs of slowing down. This “favorite family of Gospel music” has been criss-crossing the globe since the first of the year performing classic songs and new material on the "Something Good” tour in support of their newest release, Count Me In. The tour, filled with the distinct and celebrated family harmonies, began in Amsterdam and has now crossed the globe into the United States.
“It is exciting for our family to take this new music and intertwine it with some of the audience’s favorite songs through the years” shared Connie Hopper. “Looking into the faces of the audience each night as they hear something that encourages them is the reason we do what we do – night after night.”
The tour includes special stops at "Great Western Fan Festival" April 25 - 27 in Visalia, CA and "Singing In The Sun" April 16-20 in Myrtle Beach, SC.
In other news, The Hoppers are also honored to have received a total of 6 Singing News Fan Awards Nominations. The group and members were nominated in the following categories:
• Favorite Album: Count Me In
• Favorite Female Singer: Connie Hopper
• Favorite Female Singer: Kim Hopper
• Favorite Soprano: Kim Hopper
• Favorite Alto: Connie Hopper
• Favorite Mixed Group: The Hoppers
“It is an honor to see our family nominated for the hard work that everyone contributes,” comments Dean Hopper. “We are especially proud of the nomination for Favorite Album for Count Me In. This album is special to us.”
A full listing of tour dates is available at www.TheHoppers.com. For more information on the Singing News Fan Awards, visit www.SingingNews.com.
The Hoppers latest release, Count Me In, distributed exclusively through EMI CMG Distribution, is available at online outlets, including iTunes, Amazon.com and ChristianBook.com. It is also available in retail stores where Christian music is sold.
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