Basic Background Info
Graham Hopkins was born in Dublin, but was raised in Clane, County Kildare, Ireland. Growing up, Graham Hopkins was surrounded by music and began playing the drums at around age four or five.
In 1993, Graham Hopkins left school to join the Irish band, My Little Funhouse. The bad signed with Geffen and toured in support of their debut album, Standunder. They hit the tour circuit in the United States for about a year and supported Guns N' Roses and The Ramones. After the tour, the band settled into Los Angeles and recorded two more albums before eventually splitting up.
The Northern Irish band Therapy? invited Graham to join them in 1996. Graham Hopkins toured the globe, recorded three albums, and released a greatest hits album with Therapy? until he left the band in 2002.
Graham Hopkins went on to work with Gemma Hayes and Halite (his own project), which has toured with Feeder and The Thrills. Halite has also opened for the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Foo Fighters. Graham worked with Irish acts like The Frames, David Kitt, Mundy, Josh Ritter, Alphastates, Ann Scott, Pugwash, and many more.
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