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  1. Nicholas Christian "Nicky" Hopkins ( Perivale, Londres, 24 de febrero de 1944- Nashville, Tennessee, 6 de septiembre de 1994) fue un músico inglés que participó en algunas de las piezas musicales más importantes de la música popular inglesa y estadounidense de los años 1970 a 1980, tocando el piano y el órgano.

  2. Solo albums and soundtrack work. In 1966, Hopkins released The Revolutionary Piano of Nicky Hopkins, produced by Shel Talmy. His next solo project released was The Tin Man Was a Dreamer in 1973, under the aegis of producer David Briggs, best known for his work with Neil Young and Spirit.

  3. www.nickyhopkins.comNicky Hopkins

    Nicky touched peoples lives, not just with his extraordinary musical abilities, but with his courage and his wicked sense of humour. As long as the hundreds of albums he contributed to are still listened to, he will never be forgotten.

  4. Nicky Hopkins died in Nashville on 6th September 1994 at the tragically early age of fifty, from complications related to his lifelong illnesses and frailty. There were obituaries in Time Magazine, most of the quality papers and in the music press.

  5. 23 de sept. de 2021 · Nicky Hopkins | Britain's Number One Session Pianist. On September 1971, the British press wrote about Nicky Hopkins and spoke to him about his career as a session musician and the bands and ...

  6. 18 de may. de 2019 · Nicholas Christian Hopkins (24 February 1944 – 6 September 1994) was an English pianist and organist. Hopkins recorded and performed on many notable British and American pop and rock music ...

  7. 24 de feb. de 2024 · It is Nicky Hopkins, an amazing piano player who left school in 1960, aged 16, to play with Screaming Lord Sutch’s Savages. Two years later, he became one of veteran harmonica player Cyril ...