Holly Brook Biography
Last updated: 07/29/2010
Vocalist, instrumentalist, and Universal published songwriter Holly Brook has worked professionally in the music industry since the young age of 6. Now a seasoned touring musician, she has a substantial catalogue of work to her name, including 3 albums from her childhood performing with her mother in the duo, Generations, as well as 2 solo albums under the name, Holly Brook. Her debut solo album was entitled, "Like Blood Like Honey," and was a Machine Shop/Warner Brothers release. More recently,"O'Dark:Thirty EP," was an independent release produced by Duncan Sheik and Jon Ingoldsby. She gained most of her recognition as a featured vocalist on Fort Minor's number 2 Billboard hit "Where'd You Go," for which she also won and MTV VMA in 2006. Lately, Holly has been focusing on the songwriting side of the industry.