Holly McNarland
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Holly McNarland

Holly McNarland
Born (1975-10-23) October 23, 1975 (age 43)
OriginWinnipeg, Manitoba

Holly McNarland (born October 23, 1975[1] in The Pas, Manitoba, raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian musician, singer and songwriter.

She collaborated with Matthew Good on the song "Flight Recorder From Viking 7" from the album Loser Anthems as well as on the song "Pony Boy" from Matthew Good's greatest hits package In a Coma. She collaborated with Matt Good once again on his cover of Kate Bush's song Cloudbusting on his 2015 album Chaotic Neutral. Holly also provided backing vocals on the track "Wishing You Would Stay" on The Tea Party's album Seven Circles.

At the 1998 Juno Awards, she won the Best New Solo Artist category and was nominated for Best Alternative Album (Stuff) and Best Video (for the song "Elmo").

Her most successful single was 1997's "Numb", which reached the Canadian top 10.[2]



  1. Sour Pie (EP, 1995, re-released in 1996)
  2. Stuff (1997)
  3. Live Stuff (EP) (1999)
  4. Home Is Where My Feet Are (2002)
  5. The Komrade Sessions (EP) (2006)
  6. Chin Up Buttercup (2007)[3]
  7. Run Body Run (2012)[3]


  • "Mr. 5 Minutes" (1995)
  • "Numb" (1997) [#9 CAN]
  • "Elmo" (1997)
  • "Coward" (1998)
  • "Beautiful Blue" (2002)
  • "Do You Get High?" (2002)
  • "Losing My Face" (2002)
  • "Watching Over You" (2003)
  • "So Cold" (2003)
  • "Every Single Time" (2007)


  1. Live at the Great Hall (DVD) (2003)
  2. The Komrade Sessions (iTunes release in 2006, Digital Release only)


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on November 21, 2008. Retrieved 2007.
  2. ^ "You oughta Juno: What happened to those artists voted most likely to succeed? Part 2 -- 1986 - 1999". National Post, David Berry and Rebecca Tucker | March 14, 2015
  3. ^ a b The Official Holly McNarland Website

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