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The 2nd part of an interview between Tim Skipper, Stephanie Skipper, and Ian Zandi. This segment focuses on the House of Heroes project. …continue reading
Here is the first part of an interview done between Ian Zandi and Copperlily. The 2nd part will include House of Heroes. …continue reading
In a few days, I will have the great honor of interviewing Tim and Stephanie Skipper in person. The conversation will be focused on their Copperlily project, but they may answer some House of Heroes questions as well. Ask any questions below to be considered!
Copperlily look to be planning extensive touring following their upcoming self-titled album due out March 24th. They are looking to hit the “west coast in March, Midwest in late March/early April, east coast and south in May, and then anywhere and everywhere after that.” Book a show by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Copperlily announced that their self-titled full length will be available on March 24th. The husband-wife duo is comprised of Tim Skipper (of House of Heroes) and Stephanie Skipper (aka Stephanie Smith). The song used in the video is “The Song of You and Me” and will be the first track on the new album. Preorder it here.
Mint-fresh review of the crowdfunded holiday EP from Christian rock’s beloved heroes. …continue reading
Copperlily released a brand new 3 song album titled The Beautiful Unseen EP yesterday which can be purchased on digital outlets. Listen to the title track below. The band also announced that they will be releasing a self-titled full length in March. Pre-order the album here & listen to a sampler below. If you pre-order you get the EP for free. …continue reading
House of Heroes just posted some footage from their first independent release in over 10 years: “Smoke” EP. Mark August 19 on your calendars for some great rock n’ roll. …continue reading
Tim Skipper of House of Heroes and his wife Stephanie Skipper have released their collaborative EP under the name Copperlily. Check out the review. …continue reading
Copperlily, the husband and wife duo of Tim Skipper (House of Heroes) and Stephanie Smith, have finally released their debut EP. Love is a Legend is now available for people to enjoy. …continue reading
Staying true to their promise, the supergroup of sorts Copperlily has sent out early download codes of their debut EP Love is a Legend for their IndieGoGo supporters. Copperlily is a brand new project from husband wife duo Tim Skipper (of House of Heroes) and Stephanie Smith Skipper (of Stephanie Smith, duh). The studio cut of their first song “Map To Your Heart” can be listened to below. The EP will be ready for purchase to the …continue reading …
In addition to his Relient k-era solo track “Hey, Mr. Pharisee”, Ethan Luck has announced that he plans to release 2 solo EPs. The first of these, set to release this Monday (11/4), will be called Wounds & Fears and shall be available through his Bandcamp page. His tumblr page will debut a new video of a song everyday until the release day. The 2nd EP (release date TBD) will consist of cover songs and will be known by the name of Greetings From The Garage. …continue reading
Copperlily which is Tim Skipper of House of Heroes and his wife Stephanie, have begun an IndieGoGo Campaign to fund their debut Ep, “Love is a Legend”. Check out the campaign here and watch the video below. [Thanks Derek O.] …continue reading
The husband-wife duo Copperlily (Tim Skipper of House of Heroes and Stephanie Smith) have put out a new song titled “Map To Your Heart”. Though it isn’t the final studio cut from their upcoming EP, a live version can be heard below.
House of Heroes have finished mixing their new album which will be released soon. The band have also announced their first shows of 2012, which can be seen below. Tim Skipper of the band House of Heroes, will be going on a short solo tour also. …continue reading
I’ll admit it – I’m a huge House of Heroes fan. Ever since I first saw them at Purple Door Festival a few years back I’ve been hooked. Now as I sit here and hope that someone decides to buy me a copy of the seemingly amazing Suburba (hint hint, Gotee) – I’m absolutely stoked to share with all of you the conversation I had with Tim a few weeks ago. …continue reading