Greg Holden is a New York-based British singer-songwriter. He is best known for his hit charity single "The Lost Boy" and for co-writing "Home", the 2012 debut single for American Idol-winner Phillip Phillips.
Holden wrote his first song called "You Go Left, I’ll Go Right" when he was 18. He won the Lancashire Evening Post Battle of the Bands in 2005.
Greg first gained a large following by posting live videos of himself performing his songs on YouTube. One series of videos was called the "Not My Living Room Tour" where he performed for his fans in their living rooms. Greg Holden's debut album, A Word in Edgeways (2009, 9 tracks) was followed by the EP "Sing For the City". All of Holden's albums were initially either self-released or released on his own label, Falling Art Recordings.
In 2009, Holden moved to New York soon after the release of his first album. A few months later, he toured as a support act for Ingrid Michaelson in the US after she heard him live in his previous visit to New York.
His songs have been featured on several TV shows, for example a track from A Word In Edgeways, "Choking on the Concrete", was featured on an episode of the TV show Private Practice. Other shows include ABC’s Make It Or Break It, One Tree Hill and the CW’s Life Unexpected.
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