Holly Palmer

Holly Palmer

Born in Santa Monica, California, Palmer graduated the Berklee College of Music in Boston before moving to New York where she wasted no time in recording her self-titled, debut album (released on Reprise Records, a Warner Bros.-affiliated label). Palmer then spent the next year crisscrossing the US and Europe in its support, touring with such acts ... Show more »
Born in Santa Monica, California, Palmer graduated the Berklee College of Music in Boston before moving to New York where she wasted no time in recording her self-titled, debut album (released on Reprise Records, a Warner Bros.-affiliated label). Palmer then spent the next year crisscrossing the US and Europe in its support, touring with such acts as k.d. lang, Shawn Colvin and Paula Cole. The tour's end landed Palmer in London, England where she hooked up with producer Howie B (U2 and Björk) to track her second album, Tender Hooks (given 4 stars by Britain's The Mail on Sunday).It was at this time in Palmer's career that she was invited by David Bowie to sing on his album Hours. Palmer was featured on the opening track "Thursday's Child". Palmer spent the next year touring the world with Bowie.Post-Bowie, Holly settled in Los Angeles to begin working on her next solo album, I Confess, this time collaborating with Grammy award-winning Allee Willis. I Confess included a Dr. Dre mix of "Jumping Jack".Palmer next dueted "Down With Love" with Michael Bublé for the film of the same name (starring Renée Zellweger and Ewan McGregor), and then again hit the road, this time with Gnarls Barkley in support of their Grammy winning, debut album St. Elsewhere.When Palmer stepped off the Barkley bus, she reconvened with Willis, this time recording material under the alter egos Bubbles & Cheesecake, whose video for the first single "It's A Woman Thang" was featured on YouTube and received over 800,000 views within the first week alone -- and has since gone on to win numerous W3 Awards.Palmer's fourth solo album, Songs For Tuesday, which she co-produced with Joey Waronker (Beck, R.E.M.), housed "I Will" -- a song featured in the film "Into The Blue" (Jessica Alba). Other notable beneficiaries of Palmer's offerings are the small screen's "Roswell" and "Party Of Five" as well as the big screen's "Forces Of Nature" (Sandra Bullock), "The Women" (Meg Ryan) and "The Express" (Dennis Quaid).Currently, Palmer is touring with Broadway star Idina Menzel ("Wicked") and is a regular at Danny Masterson's ("That 70's Show") jazz night at the famed Teddy's at Hollywood's Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, where such notables as John Mayer have been known to sit in on her set.Up next for Ms. Palmer, crooning on television's "Private Practice" (November 2008), a string of NY shows to be recorded as a career retrospective (January 2009) and an album of classic Brenda Lee songs (spring 2009). Show less «
Holly Palmer's FILMOGRAPHY
HD
Annabelle: Creation
2017
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...

Holly Palmer'S roles