Denver Public Library Ross/Broadway

Holly Lovell is an alt-rock/folk artist who is Colorado born, Australia raised, and now calls Denver home. Growing up under the lyrical influences of Adam Duritz, Patty Griffin and Johnny Cash she naturally began her journey in what else, but folk music. She released 2 EPs under the production of Ben Wysocki (of The Fray) and captivated some of Denver's largest stages alongside national acts with her spirited honest sound.

In 2015 she retreated to the mountain town of Ridgway, CO with producer Joe Richmond and her newly formed band, to write and record her 3rd EP, 'Still Frames'. The result was sound changing. Holly traded her acoustic for an electric and the band, together, forged a new direction, transforming a once solo songstress in to a Ryan Adams meets Kings of Leon indie-folk-rock band. 'Still Frames' was released in 2016. Lovell spent the remainder of 2016/beginning of 2017 playing throughout the US and Australia and is currently writing and recording her 4th release.