Holly Elle, a Canadian classically trained singer with a passion for pop, brings to the U.S. a unique twist on modern mainstream music. Before heading to America to chase her dreams, Elle was featured on two albums that were released nationwide in her native country: Things You Never Thought I’d Say by Freddy, and Around The Universe in 80 Minutes – A Tribute to Klaatu.
Growing up, Elle frequented the music parties held by her parents on a regular basis, where they shared the European folk music of their childhood. They also introduced Elle and her siblings to music from their era such as the Beatles, ABBA and Elton John. Her brothers had an impact on her musically as well. While off at law school in the UK, they were introduced to British Pop and brought it back home. Elle’s diverse background helped her develop an awareness of various genres of music from many different eras. “I grew up around music so I naturally acquired a deep appreciation and love for it,” recalls Elle.
Written by Heather Blankenship
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