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Horace Holloway


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    King of Diamonds (feat. Fleurie) - Fleurie
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    Love and War - Caitlin Cary
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    White Winter Heart
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    El Santuario de Chimayo - Caitlin Cary
Playing whimsically melancholic roots music with a stage name taken from Weird Tales Magazine, Horace Holloway is the musical alias of Tallahassee, Florida based singer/songwriter Jeffery Errol Morrison.
Born in Inverness, FL, Morrison spent his youth in the suburbs of Detroit, MI. After a decade spent in the midwest, he abruptly found himself a northern transplant in the deep south when his parents made a late night run from the law and turned up in Central Florida.
Growing up in poverty, it wasn't until after high school that the possibility of playing music would present itself, with Morrison drawing inspiration from the hard working touring bands he had befriended, including Okkervil River and Margot & The Nuclear So And So's, as well as the sounds of his childhood; Top 40 alternative favorites like The Wallflowers, Counting Crows and Gin Blossoms and classic country songs.
2019 saw the release of his Dirtleg Records debut, the "Tin Foil Stars" EP.
Produced by Joe Rodriguez (A Flock Of Seagulls), "Tin Foil Stars" earned praise from the likes of KCRW, Pop Matters and Pandora Radio and features a cast of notable musicians - including Caitlin Cary (Whiskeytown), Fleurie, Catherine Popper (Jack White, Ryan Adams), Scott Brackett (Okkervil River, Murder By Death), Neil Flanz (Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris) and Brett Williams (Mighty Joe Plum) - while lending comparisons to The Wallflowers, Shearwater, The Lumineers and Ryan Bingham


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