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John Driskell Hopkins is most well known as a founding member, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter of the GRAMMY Award-winning Zac Brown Band. In February 2021, the John Driskell Hopkins Band released the long awaited and celebrated album “Lonesome High”. Hopkins’ fourth holiday album “Let’s Get Frosty” (2023) features Yacht Rock Revue with special guests Debby Boone and Amos Lee.
In 2015, Hopkins was elected as an advisor to the Recording Academy, Atlanta Chapter, and was subsequently voted in to a Governor Seat for two consecutive terms from 2015-2019. In 2019, he became a National Trustee for The Recording Academy and held that office until 2021.
In December 2021, Hopkins was diagnosed with ALS. In May 2022, John announced his diagnosis to the public and he and his wife, Jennifer, launched Hop On A Cure Foundation. Hop On A Cure is committed to supporting research to prevent, reverse, and cure ALS while raising awareness, building a compassionate community, and unleashing the healing power of hope.
When he’s not touring, Hopkins works out of his Brighter Shade Studios songwriting and producing a growing crop of talent. Hopkins shares his life, on and off the road, with his amazing wife and three beautiful daughters.