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Holly Kirby


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Holly Kirby is a singer-songwriter and musician from the Isle of Wight, England. Her YouTube channel, alpet07, which she set up aged 16 in 2007, is frequently one of the most viewed musician’s sites on YouTube in the UK. In the past year much of Holly’s work has been an eclectic mix of Celtic, folk and pop music.

Holly appeared as Enya in a popular British TV show (“Stars In Their Eyes Kids”) in 2006, when she was 15, singing “Orinoco Flow” .

Holly’s YouTube videos have received approaching a million views in total, her channel main page has been viewed over a hundred thousand times, and she has more than three and a half thousand subscribers who are notified of each new video she produces.

All of Holly’s original music is now available on her offical website,

Holly enjoys all sorts of music and is very open to new ideas and new sounds. Holly especially enjoys performing music live, and as well as appearing on TV she has played and sung before crowds ranging in size from a couple of people while busking through to many hundreds in concert.

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  • loup224

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  • J-Band

    Cool! )

    31 Jan 2010 Reply
  • uziyahu

    Was pleasantly surprised to find you featured on Last.FM on XBox Live. Now I can listen to you on my XBox 360! You're a ray of sunshine, Holly. (And I find it funny that you might not have even been born, yet, when I first saw Alan Rickman as the lead terrorist in Die Hard. A very memorable character.)

    22 Nov 2009 Reply
  • palhadein09

    I am absolutely sure of that, dear TimBic. Holly's songs have already been played 174 times on, and I can imagine thousands of plays soon, millions in a few year... At least, I'm working on it...

    12 Mar 2009 Reply
  • TimBic

    Great songs, wonderful sound! I think we'll be hearing a lot more of Holly in the next few years...

    11 Mar 2009 Reply