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Steve Holy

When Steve Holy’s breakout smash, “Good Morning Beautiful,” stood atop the country charts for five straight weeks in 2002, it sparked a fire that has continued to smolder throughout his decade-long career. Holy has shown unyielding tenacity and persistence since his first big break in 1993, when he beat out 500 hopefuls in the Dallas-Fort Worth area Johnnie High Country Review, the same contest that launched the career of LeAnn Rimes. After his break in Dallas, he signed with Curb Records. Three years later in 2000, his debut album, Blue Moon, was released. Holy’s album produced successful singles such as, “Blue Moon” and “The Hunger.” It was a year after the album’s release that Blue Moon entered Billboard’s Heatseekers chart and Holy reached the number one spot with “Good Morning Beautiful.” The earnest, charming ballad struck a sweet spot with country fans, later being named Billboard’s #10 Top Country Song of the Decade 1999-2009. Lightning struck twice when in 2006 Holy again reached #1 with the playful “Brand New Girlfriend.” Holy seeks to reignite the flame with his third album, Love Don’t Run, which released in the fall of 2011. He has once again teamed up with producer Lee Miller, with whom he proved to have fantastic chemistry with on the smash hit “Brand New Girlfriend.” A proven hit songwriter, Miller has penned three Grammy-nominated songs: “You’re Gonna Miss This” by Trace Adkins, Jamey Johnson’s “In Color,” and “The Impossible” by Joe Nichols – as well as #1 hi

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