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Holly Palmer is a soulful singer-songwriter from Los Angeles who made one of the most satisfying albums of the 2000s, I Confess. After taking a break to be a mum, she is now recording with Pete Glenister, a London producer who used to work with Kirsty MacColl. At least one of their new tracks is a classic. Palmer also has a band, The Goods, who are like the Andrews Sisters rewritten by Tina Fey: their five-track EP, which can be downloaded from Bandcamp for £3, was the wittiest record I heard last year.
— THE MAIL ON SUNDAY, Jan 5, 2014


Holly has released four solo albums & is currently working on a new one. She's toured and/or recorded with many great artists including David Bowie, Michael Buble, Cee-Lo Green, Dr. Dre, Seal, Joss Stone, Billy Preston, Lamont Dozier and Don Was.



Recently Holly's songwriting placements include the theme song to TNT's new show "Mob City",  upcoming indie film "Gravy" featuring Sarah Silverman, the Sarah Jessica Parker film "I Don't Know How She Does It" & ABC's "Private Practice".

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The Goods is Holly's band with Lucy Woodward & Michelle Lewis. Think Bridget Jones meets The Andrews Sisters. Holly scores web series, "The Stafford Project" & sings on film scores, commercials, various live concerts & studio dates.


"Hello Again" —  the theme song to Frank Darabond's new TNT series "Mob City", performed by Holly and co-written with film composer Mark Isham.