Greg Holden

Greg Holden


Music that comes from the Soul. Acoustic and melodically addictive Folk-Pop with an honesty that will make you cry but vocals that will chew you up and spit you out.


"10 weeks after Greg Holden started his “Living Room Series” on Youtube, he was the featured Spotlight Artist with over 300,000+ plays.

Greg Holden is a Lancashire born singer/songwriter now living in London. In his short time as an ambitious live musician, he has shared the stage with acts such as Idlewild, Turin Brakes, The Subways and Ben Griffiths. He has performed on local radio stations and numerous venues across the UK, including some festivals such as a performance at the highly respected Mathew Street Festival in Liverpool.

Greg recently finished recording new material with U2/David Gray producer Richard “Biff” Stannard. This all comes just a few months after recording his debut EP, “Run, Don’t Walk” (now available on iTunes), with producer Nunzio Signore at The Crib Studios in New York City. Greg has recently returned from New York for a second time after completing his first full-length Album due to be released later this year.

While in New York, Greg took full advantage of his new surroundings, performing in various clubs in Manhattan including The Living Room and Rockwood Music Hall and also played a Folk Festival in New Jersey. Upon his return to the UK, Greg has been wowing audiences with his intimate yet powerful solo performances of his well-crafted, infectious melodies, steadily building him a loyal fan base.

“Greg Holden has a fabulous voice which deserves to be heard on a wider stage" Laura Kennerly (Lancashire Evening Post)

“A fantastic voice and confidence, this is starting to look like the finished article" Dan Jeoffrey (Listen Up North West)

“A comparatively angelic singing voice” (Rough Sketch)


'Run Don't Walk', released December 2007 on iTunes

Set List

My set can be anything from 30 minutes to an hour...

Track Names...

The Chase
No Memories
The Art Of Falling
I Ask You This
The Boy
Alright Sir?
You're Scaring Me
Choking On The Concrete