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holly miranda

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The best kept secret in music


"CD Review"

"Miranda's skillful union of her guitar and her voice results in an emotional outburst that makes it abundantly clear to all that she passionately believes every word she sings. Her anger and her tenderness come through with each strum of the guitar, with each push of her voice. This is not just sung from the heart -- it is the heart speaking.

This union of her voice and guitar comes across as a single sound. Whether she's strumming or picking her guitar, the merging of the two is remarkable in its power. It's as if you are there in the room with her as she spills out her guts to you. At times there seems to be almost a stream-of-consciousness construction to her songs, but close attention reveals some very-well structured songs."
-David B - Bluetint Magazine


High Above The City - 2000
Holly Miranda - will be released in 2004


Feeling a bit camera shy


Holly Miranda is a Detroit born musician, raised between Michigan and Tennessee. Miranda has been a one woman Banda for the past five years, touring the East coast and Midwest United States. Besides being trained in piano, Holly is a self-taught guitar and trumpet player. In 2001, She recorded "High Above The City", a 20-track solo album available online (hollymiranda. com) and at shows. The fall of 2003, Holly met and teamed up with Alex Lipsen, producer and keys player, to start recording her first full-band record. The tracks available here are from those sessions at Headgear Studios in Brooklyn, NY. In Feburary 2004, Holly and Alex will return to the studio to finish her self-entitled, full-band record. The album will be available through MuthaFunka Records in the Spring of 2004.
Holly has opened for Chris Barron (Spin Doctor), Leona Ness, Doria Roberts. She has played with Jonathan Mover(drummer for Aretha Franklin, Fuel and Elton John). She also had the honor of playing on her most recent record with Yuval Gabay (Soul Coughing), Bill Mullins, and Natalia Zukerman, among others. Her Song "When You're Not Here" was used by HBO in a trailer for The Laramie Project. In 2002, Holly and her partner-in-crime, Raimy Rosenduft, started The MuthaFunka Lab, A bi-monthly show in New York City which showcased up-and-coming musicians, spoken-word artists, and graphic artists.