Singer, Songwriter Johnny “Chops” Richardson Raise Funds For Shelter Dogs

Dogs at a shelter

Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, many shelter dogs are in need of support. That is why singer and songwriter Johnny “Chops” Richardson, who is also a bassist for a Texas band called Randy Rogers Band, decided to raise funds for shelter doggos.

– Singer and songwriter Johnny “Chops” Richardson and his wife came up with a song.
– The song and an accompanying merchandise will be used to raise funds for shelter dogs.
– The song is called…

He chose to help The Orange Dot Crew, which is based in Austin, Texas. They came up with a song called “Hope Is Contagious Too” and accordingly, it was inspired by the stories that Richardson and his wife have heard about families who have been surrendering their dogs and other pets because of the pandemic. Richardson said in a statement, “We wrote this song wanting to remind people that there is always hope. Shelter pets, especially those that are confused by their environment and future, also need our help.” Fifty percent of their “Hope Is Contagious Too” merchandise proceeds will be given to the above-mentioned organization.

Richardson and his wife have two rescued doggos namely Reggie and Emmylou. They are both Basset Hounds. In his statement regarding the song, he also shared that rescuing pets have taught them many things and the most rewarding one is hope.


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