Pure heart. A singer may dazzle with technique, but a VOICE, a real voice, has more. It cuts to the core without flash for flash’s sake or posturing for affect. And if true soul speaks to the heart, then this voice goes deep. When Miss Holloway opens up, you immediately get the sense that there’s someone real here. You remember what it’s like to FEEL music rather than listen to it. She’s been compared to some of the more esteemed female artists of the present and past… to the confessional style of Lucinda Williams, the haunting wail of Stevie Nicks, the broken charm of Shelby Lynne. But there is no mistaking that this is a truly original voice – someone new. A troubadour by nature and adventurer at heart, she’s been singing and playing her songs across Canada extensively and started hitting south of the border into Nashville, Austin and Los Angeles, making fans with an immediate connection and a loose knit circuit of top notch musicians. Along the way, she caught the attention of enigmatic ex-Jellyfish frontman Andy Sturmer. Sturmer encouraged her to record some songs with his friend, L.A. producer Dave Way who has worked with Fiona Apple, Macy Gray & Sheryl Crow. An EP is coming in 2010. Some early recordings recently fell upon the ears of music supervisor Bob Thiele Jr. who plucked several tracks for the FX television show “Sons of Anarchy” (Thiele has subsequently received an Emmy nomination for the show’s music).