Sounds Like: Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Government Mule, Steve Earle, Bob Dylan
Manager: Petey Hop
Pete has 2 original albums to his credit, "Stepping Stone", and the Duke Robillard produced, "The Levee" for sale through www.itunes.com/peteyhop.
After studying his teenage years with ex Peter Frampton Alumni, Ed Monteleone, Pete went on to study at G.I.T., eventually graduating with honors. Wor...See Full Bio
Petey Hop Hopkinson has a show on 04/27/2015 at 09:00 PM @ Lucy's Lounge in Pleasantville, NY http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5s6l79 #concert
“On "The Levee," Petey manages to wrap his arms around the incredible diversity of the blues. On this entirely original set, Hop lays down country blues, jazz blues, folk blues, stride, shuffle, surf, and rock'n roll. Produced by legendary, Duke Robillard. Petey Hopkinson (vox/guitar), Nick Longo-drums, Anthony Candullo-bass, Chris DiFrancesco-sax, Ian Bennett-sax/harp, Jeremy Baum-keyboards, Duke Robillard-guitar. Petey Hop moves me the most when he extends the perimeter, when he adds something new and unique. Take the lyrics to "My God." In this Dylanesque romp," Hop laments God's inaction and lack of visibility... In "Porter," the lyrics wind their way into complex territory...On the jazzy, "Why Should I Complain," once again the lyrics sparkle."Panic At The Beach" harkens back to the Ventures and Sixties' surf instrumentals. Hop absolutely shreds... Petey shines on more traditional fare as well...Hop captures the essence of "the blues." Go see Petey live...”