Cornelia Shelton “Connie” Hopper (July 16, 1940 - )
Connie Hopper, of the Hoppers, began her career with the Hopper Brothers in 1958. She began as the group's pianist and moved into the alto position as the original brothers left the road. She has also written many songs, most of which were recorded by the Hoppers.
Singing News Fan Awards:
Favorite Female Singer (1983, 1984)
Favorite Alto (1998, 1999, 2000, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
1974 Answer Concert Requests (Trail Records/TSRC-7410389): Hallelujah Square; The Holy Hills; March Around The Throne One Time For Me; City Of Gold; Follow Jesus; Touring That City; Build My Mansion; Oh I Want To See Him; What A Morning; Tramp On The Street.
1984 Jesus, You Just Made My Day: Jesus You Just Made My Day; Pretty Creek; Rise And Shine; I'll Wish I'd Done More; My Daddy Was A Banjo Pickin Man; Heaven; We'll Sing; Make Me Mindful Of Today; Did He Get What He Paid For; Singing On The Other Side.
2002 A Legacy Of Sonshine: Jesus You Just Made My Day; Searching; Pretty Creek; What A Wonderful Time; Build My Mansion; Follow Jesus; If We Never Meet Again; Mama Was Praying For Me; Tramp On The Street; Where The Lily Blooms; We'll Sing; Make Me Mindful Of Today.