Den Hollinden
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Den Hollinden


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Den's current single is "Blacksburg." The cut is available as a digital download on all the major digital retailers (iTunes, Amazon, Napster, etc.) Radio distribution is via Airplay Direct.

Past and ongoing projects include: (In addition to any CD/radio/TV release a project might have, each newly completed cut is posted for streaming on leading Internet music sites such as MySpace and SoundClick. Den's latest Internet accomplishment was back-to-back #1 songs in the Traditional Country sub-genre with "The Basketball Song" and "Do You Take This Woman." )

Three of Den's songs have been on Southern Indiana radio rotation: "Somebody Over There," "Child of a Fallen Soldier" (both cuts from Den's upcoming SOMEBODY OVER THERE album) and the seasonal hit "St. Henry Christmas."

Den performed "Old 124" live on Southern Indiana's WJTS TV.

Den's "Biggest Hearts in Texas (Merrik's Song)" was part of a fundraiser for Texas Children's Hospital cancer patient Merrik Medrano held in Bay Area Houston on March 12, 2005.

Den's latest CD was a 4-song EP, called "Little Time." It included "Child of a Fallen Soldier," "The Biggest Hearts in Texas (Merrik's Song)," "Old 124," and "The Basketball Song." The idea of the project was to give fans and radio a chance to sample Den's latest efforts. Den says, "A couple of the songs will eventually be released on the SOMEBODY OVER THERE album, but with everything going on right now in Iraq, I just figured it was important for people to be able to hear this music sooner than later. As an artist, I feel like fans have the right to hear what I'm up to."



Den Hollinden is the creator of a rootsy endangered species of music that defines Americana, gives fans of traditional country what they have long missed, country's detractors a reason to take a second look, and passes the Texas singer/songwriter music test of if you didn't write it, don't sing it.

Den is a member of ASCAP, the Recording Academy, Academy of Country Music, and the Americana and Roots Music and Pedal Steel Guitar Associations.

Influences are singer-songwriters, the short list of which includes Loretta Lynn, Tom T. Hall, Dolly Parton, Whisperin' Bill Anderson and Donovan.

Den's music most resembles that of traditional country artists like Hank Williams, Sr., Johnny Cash, Alan Jackson, Ernest Tubb and Roger Miller.