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Holland Phillips


  1. 1.
    Stephanie's Song
  2. 2.
    Circles of 8
  3. 3.
    Night Tracks
  4. 4.
    Starting Over
  5. 5.
    Save the Dance
Holland Phillips is a multi-instrumentalist who has been recording and producing New Age music since the mid-nineties.
His first album, Flight of the Windmill was released in 1994 under the Gorilla label. Subsequent releases include Castles (1995), Redemption (2013), Daydream Alley (2015), Circles of 8 (2016), and Under a Second Moon in 2017. Classically trained with a degree in Music Composition, Holland focused his school time analyzing the classical masters, improving his piano skills, and focusing on music therapy studies and how sounds affect the human body. During that period he also learned to play most of the orchestral instruments so that he could better understand their characteristics. After graduation he spent a number of years touring with southern and classic rock bands throughout the Midwest and Canada, as well as show bands, and studio musician. He uses those diverse roots to blend deep orchestration with pop/rock musical styles that range from soft and reflective to powerful and moving. The result is memorable New Age music with elements of ambient, contemporary instrumental and even light jazz, intertwined with beautiful melodies that are hard to forget. Using everything from pianos and orchestral instruments to synthesizers and live instruments like saxophone and guitar, Holland explores the New Age genre and produces a unique and memorable musical style.
An active ASCAP member, his work has been published for synchronization, and administered by Warner Bros./Chappel Music through DSM Producers in NYC, featured in Marathon Florida’s Reef Sweep underwater concert series, and heard on Musical Starstreams, Hearts of Space, airline in-flight music programs, and radio stations in over 30 countries. Daydream Alley was named one of the Top 3 New Age Albums of 2015 in Europe at the OWM Radio Awards, and Save The Dance from his Circles of 8 album won Track Of The Year at the 2016 OWM Radio Awards Program (Europe). His albums consistently rank in the Top 10 charts on ZMR (United States) and OWM Radio charts, with cuts from the album in rotation on radio stations all over the world.


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