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Leaving in Love

I have been waiting for this CD to come out for months and it's definitely been worth the wait. "Leaving in Love" is an amazing song. Holly Palmer is the best and I hope more people find out about her. Check out her other CD''ll be addicted to her.

Music for anyone

Great new album that people of all types will enjoy! A perfect blend of adult contemporary and alternative to make it fresh, just right. A sound all to her self, Holly has remained original for over 10 years. I am reminded of Lauryn Hill or Fiona Apple, but only because Holly's music will be enjoyed by people of many different generations, not because she sounds like these other artists. I rediscovered Holly a few months ago as I was loading all my old cds into itunes. Her song 'The three of us' is on a Best Buy sampler from 1996. I had a listen, and to my surprise the song sounded as if it had just been released. The song is from her self titled album.

That's Why They Call It Holly

Did you find romance? Of course you did. Superb, intimate, brainy songs from the hot backing vocalist you kept noticing on the Gnarls Barkley tour. Or maybe you're a fan who remembers her excellent debut album. Either way, the girl's a keeper and this may be her best thing yet.


Born: California

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

b. California, USA. Holly Palmer grew up in Santa Monica, California, and Seattle, Washington, where she regularly sang Sarah Vaughan and Nancy Wilson standards in high school. By the time she attended the Berklee College Of Music in Boston on a scholarship, she had rediscovered her love of pop music and spent many evenings playing at impromptu rock gigs. After Berklee she continued to play irregularly in rock bands in New York, though she still returned to jazz standards when the occasion arose....
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