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Everybody & Their Brother

by Tom Hipps

Thoughtful, heartfelt, melodic pop/folk/rock reflections on life, love and God.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tears in a Bottle
4:21 $0.49
2. Forever
2:10 $0.49
3. Afraid to Let Go
4:03 $0.49
4. Clean
3:21 $0.49
5. 11th Day of May
3:18 $0.49
6. Evelyn
3:26 $0.49
7. No Responsibility
3:17 $0.49
8. All This Trouble
4:44 $0.49
9. Mr. G
3:20 $0.49
10. Thinking of You
3:59 $0.49
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Album Notes
"Everybody & Their Brother" is the first solo record by the popular Minneapolis singer/songwriter Tom Hipps. Tom has an extensive background in the music industry as a performer, writer and session vocalist. His songs appeared in the motion picture film "Staring At Headlights" and he has written music for Chicago's Second City Theater.

The album's updeat ditty "Tears In A Bottle" sets a bright and cheery mood, but the subject matter belies the musical tone by dealing with the sadness in the world. Tom uses a sort of musical irony to leave the listener curious and wanting to dig deeper to root out truth. Although this is Christian music, it is refreshingly honest. As with most of Tom's folk rock musings, he offers hope in the midst of the trials and storms we all must endure in life. "11th Day of May" is a power-pop nugget with a driving drum loop groove that almost hides the fact that the author is wondering "who is God?" and "why does he live so far away?" Yet still the hope of heaven seems to be a thread that winds through much of his material and perhaps binds his faith together.

Raw, honest, and emotionally presented, this is a fine first effort by a unique talent. Step inside..."Everybody & Their Brother" is here.

-Dave Coleman, Chrematizo Label Group

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Singer/songwriter Tom Hipps has an extensive background in the music industry as a performer, writer, and session vocalist. He has toured the U.S. and Canada with his duo Costello & Hipps, with the bands RITZ and UNSUNG HEROES, and as a solo artist. His songs were featured in the film Staring at Headlights and he has written music for Chicago’s Second City Theater. Tom was a lead vocalist on the 2002 Target Corporation CD Praise & Worship Christmas and is the recipient of a Billboard Musical Achievement Award.

He released his first solo album, Everybody & Their Brother, in 2002; his follow-up set, the edgy, cool
Then Went the Demons, was released in early 2006.

He is a music worship leader at his home church, The Rock, located in Minneapolis, and continues to perform live shows in the Minneapolis area and beyond. Check www.tomhipps.com for concert dates and more information.

What people are saying:

“Tom Hipps has released a great album... a real gem.”
-Peter Waggoner, Patriot II Radio

“I really enjoyed Everybody & Their Brother. A unique sound... it made me keep listening! The songs are solid.”
-Jamie Statema, Go Fish

“Tom Hipps has been blessed with both songwriting skills and a voice of undeniable compassion and substance.”
-Loni Overing, ClearChannel Communications

“His message shines through not only in his smile and personality, but through his music. We always look forward to his next performance.”
-Tara Roeckers, Northwestern Bookstores



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B.J. Rutledge

A pleasant surprise that I've been proud to share with friends & family!
Tom's songs are not only fun to listen to and sing along with, they are relevant and inspirational. I love the pop/folk style!

Janet Ryan

I absolutely LOVE this CD! Especially the duet with Karis Esnough (All This Trouble). The entire CD is phenomenal! This is one I'll keep close at hand!