Greg Holland Musician
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Greg Holland Musician
Greg Holland
Born (1967-02-22) February 22, 1967 (age 51)
Origin Douglas, Georgia, United States
Genres Country
Labels Warner Bros., Asylum

Greg Holland is an American country musician. Holland grew up in Douglas, Georgia, where he performed as a youngster in local play productions and on television. He recorded a demo before reaching his teens and opened in concert for Ronnie Milsap when he was 12 years old.[1] Holland played several instruments in the school band in high school, and also played in a rock group called The Bad Boys. He spent three years in the Army, performing with a soldiers' group in Europe, and upon his return signed with Warner Bros. Records. Two solo albums followed, one for Warner in 1994 and one for Asylum in 1997.



Title Album details
Let Me Drive
Exception to the Rule


Year Single Peak chart
US Country CAN Country
1994 "Let Me Drive" 63 58 Let Me Drive
"When I Come Back (I Wanna Be My Dog)" 66 82
1997 "Divine Intervention" -- -- Exception to the Rule
"Exception to the Rule" -- --
"--" denotes releases that did not chart

Music videos

Year Video Director
1994 "Let Me Drive" Steven T. Miller/R. Brad Murano
"When I Come Back (I Wanna Be My Dog)"


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