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Holly Dunn
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Biography

HOLLY DUNN IS NOTHING IF NOT VERSATILE. THIS NATIVE OF SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS BURST ONTO THE COUNTRY MUSIC SCENE IN THE MID 1980’S, WITH A SELF-PENNED TRIBUTE TO HER PREACHER FATHER CALLED “DADDY’S HANDS.”

THE SONG EARNED HOLLY’S FIRST TWO GRAMMY AWARD NOMINATIONS AND SET HER OFF ON A WHIRLWIND CAREER. OVER THE COURSE OF THE NEXT 20+ YEARS, HOLLY RACKED UP THREE GRAMMY AWARD NODS, THE ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC’S “NEW FEMALE VOCALIST” AWARD (1986) AND THE COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION’S “HORIZON AWARD.” (1987)

IN 1989 HOLLY WAS INDUCTED INTO THE FAMED GRAND OLE OPRY CAST AND ALSO AWARDED “SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR” BY BMI.

ALONG THE WAY, HOLLY HOSTED HER OWN RADIO SHOW ON WWWW IN DETROIT, MICHIGAN (1997), AND FOR TWO YEARS (2001-01) WAS HOST OF TNN’S “OPRY BACKSTAGE” WEEKLY TELEVISION SHOW.

HOLLY HAS TOURED THE WORLD EXTENSIVELY THROUGHOUT HER CAREER. SHE HAS RECORDED 10 ALBUMS, AND ACHIEVED AT LEAST TOP TEN STATUS FOR 14 OF HER SINGLES, REACHING THE COVETED NUMBER ONE SPOT FOUR TIMES.

“MILESTONES,” HER GREATEST HITS PACKAGE, WAS CERTIFIED GOLD SHORTLY AFTER RELEASE IN 1991.