Holly Hopkins performs at events big and small, singing music appropriate for small specific crowds as well as large diverse crowds. She performs a wide variety of jazz and blues music, from classic to more modern styles at both private and public events. 

Book Holly for Your Event

Holly Hopkins performs at events big and small, singing music appropriate for small specific crowds as well as large diverse crowds. She performs a wide variety of jazz and blues music, from classic to more modern styles at both private and public events. 

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Available to perform live jazz, blues, and more throughout Western North Carolina

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Holly Hopkins, Vocalist

Mike
Holstein

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Rick Cline

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Wayne
Christensen

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About Holly Hopkins

Holly Hopkins life-long relationship with music began at a young age when she took up playing instruments, learning to play the piano and saxophone. She was even a drum major for the high school band. It was a few years down the road that she took up a love for performing vocally and in the last six years has enjoyed performing regularly across Western North Carolina, collaborating with an inspiring group of artists at many notable establishments.

Outside of her love for music, Holly also has a passion for waterskiing, spending time with her family (#auntlife), and letting loose at DollyWood, all while applying hot pink lipstick! Check out Holly’s latest Fall Pout Pleaser:  Spice of Life

Upcoming Performances

Saturday, February 1st, 2020 - Rhino Market & Deli, Charlotte, NC 7:00pm

Friday, February 8th, 2020 - 73 & Main, Mt. Pleasant, NC 7:00pm - 9:30pm

Friday, February 14th, 2020 - 73 & Main, Mt. Pleasant, NC 7:00pm - 9:30pm

Friday, February 28th, 2020 - Davidson Wine Co., Davidson, NC 6:30pm - 9:30pm

Come see us at...

The following Cast party was so packed with fabulous performers, I awoke the next morning with a total talent hangover! From Gavrielle Stravelli's amazing "Time After Time" to Holly Hopkins' "Stormy Monday"....
All in all, there were seventeen brilliant performances.”

Birdland Jazz Club in NYC