Know Holly?

Hollt Starr

Holly Starr

If you don’t know Holly Starr, please let me introduce you. I met Holly Starr about a year ago through producer/artist Brandon Bee. This past year Artist Garden Entertainment had the pleasure of getting to know Holly and her music which eventually led us to signing her to a management deal. Hailing from Quincy, WA, a city normally known for producing onions & corn, Holly Starr quickly found her way onto major festival stages and events including opening a show for Leann Rimes. Tuesday, October 19, 2010 marks a special day for Holly as she releases her sophomore release “Tapestry”. Her new record was produced by 2010 Dove Award Producer of the Year, Rusty Varenkamp. The record is loaded with great songs ranging from the rocker single “Undertow” to the beautiful ballad “I’ll Watch You Dance” showing incredible maturity in Holly as both a vocalist and a writer. Holly is currently on a record release tour throughout the Northwest with stops in Washington, Oregon, Montana and Wisconsin.

To accompany the release, Artist Garden Entertainment announces the Know Holly? Tweet contest. The contest is designed to introduce Holly to people who may not know her. For more information on how to win a $100 American Express Gift Cards Click Here!

Holly Starr “Tapestry” is available now on iTunes

To get a more in depth picture of Holly Starr and her music, please visit http://hollystarrmusic.com

http://www.artistgardenentertainment.com

Disclosure of Material Connection: I am the President of Artist Garden Entertainment, an artist management and marketing company that manages this artist. Regardless of that fact, I only recommend music that I personally believe is exceptional and would be enjoyed by my readers. I am not compensated directly for reviewing this record with the exception of receiving free music for review and the compensation received for day to day management of this artist. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”