Keith Hopwood is an English pop and rock musician, singer-songwriter, composer, businessman and record producer, who served as the rhythm guitarist and backing vocals for the 1960s pop band, Herman's Hermits. Hopwood also served as a keyboardist, singer and guitarist for the post-Peter Noone outfit, Sour Mash, which recorded an unreleased album, A Whale of a Tale for RCA.
|Born:||(age), Davyhulme, Manchester, England|
|Occupation(s):||Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer, composer, businessman|
|Instruments:||Rhythm guitar, vocals, keyboards, bass guitar|
|Associated acts:||Herman's Hermits|
|IMDb:||Keith Hopwood's IMDb|
About Keith Hopwood
Famous during the 1960s as a guitarist and backing vocalist for the English pop group Herman's Hermits, Hopwood is also notable as the founder of a television and film score production company called Pluto Music.
He began his music career in the early 1960s, while attending Urmston Grammar School.
He contributed to the U.S. chart-topping Herman's Hermits hit "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter."
He was born and raised in Davyhulme, Manchester, England.
He and Peter Noone both rose to fame as members of Herman's Hermits.
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