HOLLY DOUBET - conceptor/composer/lyricist/co-writer
Holly is from Texas, a descendant of tenacious Native American ancestors who walked and canoed there from Florida in the Indian Removal Act of 1830. She comes from a musical lineage; her great uncle played pedal steel and piano for The Light Crust Doughboys alongside Texas icon Bob Wills; her mother sang on the European opera stage; both parents lent their talents to the music department of the BBC in London; and her mom is now a sought-after vocal coach for rock star celebrities. While currently in Dallas, Holly has also lived in London, Munich, and Los Angeles. She attended the Royal Academy of Music to study classical piano in London, and went on to double major in classical piano and voice back home in the States. After working in the Los Angeles music business for nearly two decades as a studio singer, songwriter, leader of her own band, and backup singer both in L.A. and Las Vegas, Holly returned to Dallas to raise her sons, and became the songwriter for the "Barney and Friends" children's TV show for a number of years. She had several pop songs picked up for recording and media projects while working from Dallas, including one that garnered a CableAce Award nomination. She has most recently worked on completing her first musical, “THIS IS NOT A DRILL”, and is writing two more.
- LA/Southern California
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