Multi-award winning family group The Hoppers has been singing for 55 years. To recognize Claude and Connie Hopper for their faithful service, Abraham Productions plans an evening titled ‘A Night of Honor’ to pay tribute to them for being faithful to the ministry that God has established.
To pay the tribute to Claude and Connie Hopper, many artists from Christian music industry will participate with their performances. Artists like Karen Peck & New River, Whisnants, Ivan Parker, Talleys, Taranda Greene, and Ryan Flynn are expected to be part of the evening.
‘A Night of Honor’ for Claude and Connie Hopper will be held at Crosspoint Church, 1806 Merritt Drive, Greensboro, NC, on October 11, 2013.
The tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, June 5, 2013. The seating for the event is limited.
For more information about the event visit http://www.abrahamproductions.net/Show/A-Night-of-Honor-1.aspx.
The Hoppers were formed in 1975 in Madison, NC. Since then the group became one of the America’s most favorite Gospel groups. Today the band is comprised of family members Claude & Connie, son Dean and his wife, Kim, and son Mike Hopper.
Connie Hopper is a cancer survivor and has been honored with the Marvin Norcross Award. She has also been inducted into the Southern Gospel Music hall of Fame.
In October, 2012, The Hoppers released their latest full length project titled Count me in which contained 11 songs including the song “I Wish We'd All Been Ready” to which they recorded an official music video.
Watch The Hopper’s music video for “I Wish We'd All Been Ready” at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qf7w3n1WDDk.