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Moods: Christian Spiritual: Contemporary Christian Spiritual: Inspirational Moods: Spiritual Folk: Folk-Rock

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United States - Minnesota United States - United States

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Tom Hipps

Billboard Musical Achievement Award-winning songwriter TOM HIPPS has been all around
the music industry, gaining supporters and fans at every turn. His lead vocals were featured on 2002's Target Corporation CD Praise & Worship Christmas (32,000 units sold) and he continues to be a sought-after session vocalist. His songs were featured in the film Staring at Headlights, and Tom has composed music for Chicago’s Second City Theater. He released his first solo album, Everybody & Their Brother, in 2002 to critical acclaim; his sophomore set, Then Went the Demons, was released in 2006 and made its way onto the playlists of radio stations all over the world; his latest singles, “Waiting For You” and “Generous were released in 2010, and are considered some of his finest work yet. Tom is currently performing select live shows and doing studio session work while developing new material.

What people in the business are saying:

Tony Bates, Highlands 100.7FM (Australia):
“A wonderful piece of music that channels its message well.”

William Zenner, Radio Lu (Luxembourg):
“Fans loved it!”

Loni Overing, ClearChannel Communications:
“Tom Hipps has been blessed with songwriting skill and a voice of undeniable substance.”

Erik Vande Voorde, Radio Beiaard (Belgium):
“Our listeners had good reactions to the songs... we will put the FULL ALBUM on our playlists.”

Pete Waggoner, Patriot II Radio (Minneapolis):
“Tom Hipps has released a great album… a real gem.”

Vasja Ivanovski, 94.1 FM RADIO (Macedonia):
“Rewarding listening... Plenty of radio-friendly material which could bring Tom deserved exposure.”

Jamie Statema of top-selling Christian act Go Fish:
“I really enjoyed Everybody & Their Brother. A unique sound… it made me keep listening! The songs are solid.”

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