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Judge for Drew Holloway

Moultrie, GA
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Portrait of Drew Holloway
I grew up in Texas, listening to great country singers of the seventies and eighties riding shotgun with my dad. I can still hear the sound of those songs coming out of those speakers like it was yesterday. One day I heard George Strait singing "Down and Out", and I knew that instant that is what I wanted to do! I wanted to make music that made people feel something inside.
I learned to sing and play guitar by listening to those old songs and began writing songs of my own. I started a band and got out playing at local clubs at age 20. Since then there have been many highs and lows but I have never doubted that this is what I was born to do.
I have played all over the south and have enjoyed every second. I never would have dreamed the road would be this long or this difficult, but I wouldn't trade one mile.

My music is now available world wide on iTunes, amazon, napster, amie street, emusic and many more. Check it out and if you love it, spread the word. I, as always, am very thankful for all who support me. I am nothing without all of you!!
I have gotten alot of questions lately about the tattoo on my left arm. It is a real song and it is actually the first song I ever learned to play. It is the music to "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind", a George Strait song. Long live King George!