Now Booking For March & April!
Available to perform live jazz, blues, and more throughout Western North Carolina & beyond…
About Holly . . .
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 years down the road that she took up a love for performing vocally and has enjoyed performing regularly across Western North Carolina, collaborating with an inspiring and amazing group of artists at many notable and supportive establishments.
Outside her love for music, Holly is always happy to chat about waterskiing, spending time with family (#auntlife), exploring home decor trends (#lighting), skin care & cosmetic tips, historical markers, and museums!
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Saturday, February 13th
Private club performance for Verdict Ridge Golf & Country Club Members!
Valentine's Day Event 2021!
Brunch at Davidson Wine Co. in Davidson, North Carolina..
www.resy.com for reservations.
Sunday, 2/14/21 from 1 - 4 p.m.
Tips gratefully accepted.
Thank you for your support! We look forward to seeing more fans at live events as venues continue to open. Need to stay socially distant at a performance or, just wanna support HHJazz? Feel free to tip digitally. Thank you!!
PayPal tip jar – Thank you!
FREE gift with $25 donation.
All donations of $25 or more will receive a FREE Charlotte Candle Company Holly Hopkins Jazz Edition Candle. The smooth, rich Vanilla Bourbon scent beautifully pairs with the smooth sounds of HHJazz!
Come see us at...
Virtual Cornelius Jazz Festival
Held on Saturday, May 16th, 2020
D9 Brewery | Cornelius, NC
WATCH the abbreviated YouTube show HERE!
73 & Main Restaurant
2020 New Year's Eve!
Davidson Wine Co
2021 Valentine's Day Brunch!
The following Cast party was so packed with fabulous performers, I awoke the next morning with a total talent hangover! From Gabrielle Stravelli's amazing "Time After Time"
to Holly Hopkins' "Stormy Monday"....
All in all, there were seventeen brilliant performances.”