This is the biography of America's Favorite Family of Gospel Music, the Hoppers. It's the account of the beloved Hoppers, the longtime anchors of the Gaither Homecoming videos, television shows and concerts. They are award-winning Gospel artists who recently received the prestigious Singing News 2008 Mixed Group of the Year. Inside this book, there are many rare and personal photos of the family from their beginnings in 1957 to today. They have experienced many mountaintop experiences and have faced just as many tragic valleys. Regardless, this American family has established a Southern Gospel music legacy over the last half-century. After All These Years, the Authorized Biography of the Hoppers is their story.
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F. Keith Davis, co-founder of Woodland Press, LLC and longtime newspaper publisher, penned this book about the Hoppers many years in Christ-centered ministry. The story begins in 1957 when Claude Hopper and his brothers, who were all farm boys from the Madison, NC area, started singing locally at churches, picnics and at local tobacco barns. It features a foreword by Dr. John Hagee and introduction by Charles F. Stanley.Review:
The Hoppers are some of the finest people I have ever known. I have known them and worked with them for over 40 years and have enjoyed their friendship. --Les Beasley, The Florida Boys
The Hoppers are a gospel institution. I remember hearing them when I was a kid and they were called The Hopper Brothers and Connie. Connie had her hair piled on her head in a Pentecostal style at that time. Not a high rise like Vestal's, but a loose second story that would sway back and forth to the music as she sang. I can remember it vividly. But I was looking through the eyes of a twelve year old, so who knows? Everything is bigger when you're twelve. --Mark Lowry, Gospel music artist
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