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in Nashville, Tennessee, she is the daughter of
Hank Williams, Jr., and the half-sister of Hank
Williams III. Holly's mother, Becky, is a native
of Mer Rouge, Louisiana, and was married for five
years to Hank Williams, Jr. She was born in Cullman,
Alabama, and has an elder sister named Hilary.
Her parents separated when she was young, although
her father took her to many of his shows. At age
17, Holly began playing one of her father's guitars,
and soon began writing songs.
graduated from Brentwood Academy and decided to
study piano. Citing the Rolling Stones, Elliott
Smith, and Neil Finn as influences, she began
to perform as well. Eventually she was signed
on to Ron Sexsmith's European tour. After the
release of her first EP in 2003, signed with Universal
South Records and toured with Billy Bob Thornton.
Universal South released her debut album, The
Ones We Never Knew, in 2004. The album produced
no chart singles, however, and she was dropped
from the label.
March 2006, Williams was injured in a car crash
and cancelled a European tour, but she began touring
again in November 2006. She signed in 2009 with
Mercury Nashville Records. Her second single,
"Keep the Change", was released in January
and became her first chart single in March. A
third single, "Mama", was released to
radio on May 11, 2009. Williams' second studio
album, Here with Me, was released in
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Making A Fool Out of You
Days In Bed
Love I Think Will Last
With The Morning Sun
Jesus Here With Me
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