Austin Hopkins Wins ISSA Gold Award for Single of The Year

  • Pictured is Austin Hopkins holding the award for Male Single Of The Year on the red carpet at the International Singer Songwriters Association awards in Sandy Springs, GA on Saturday, August 6th 2022

    Pictured is Austin Hopkins holding the award for Male Single Of The Year on the red carpet at the International Singer Songwriters Association awards in Sandy Springs, GA on Saturday, August 6th 2022 Courtesy of Chase Hopkins

 
 
Updated 8/11/2022 8:39 AM

On Saturday, August, 6th 2022 Bartlett, IL native Austin Hopkins won Male Single Of The Year for his song Crush at the (ISSA) International Singer Songwriters Association awards. The awards took place at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center in Sandy Springs, GA. "It's such an honor to win and be part of this award show," said Austin Hopkins, who has won his 2nd ISSA award. Last year Austin won Male Rising Star.

Austin Hopkins, who is a lifelong Bartlett, IL resident has been a singer songwriter since he was 23. He has had his music played on country radio stations all over the world, been on ABC's Windy City Live and performs live at venues all around the Chicago area. Austin also travels down to Nashville to record his music and play songwriter rounds.

The International Singer Songwriters Association was founded by Tamanie Dove, a singer songwriter born and raised in Nashville, now residing in Atlanta, who is dedicated to supporting and serving independent artists, and encouraging aspiring and professional singers and songwriters in all genres of music worldwide. https://issasongwriters.com/

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