Interviews

Singer Greg Holden Is a Scotsman With a Heart of Gold

Singer-songwriter Greg Holden's upcoming album Chase the Sun -- his first on a major label, Warner Bros., set to be released April 14 -- was inspired by a much needed trip to India and Nepal. It was in the East that the singer took a well deserved break and did some soul searching that payed off, inspiring him to write a deep and more positive group of songs than on his previous album. With a fresh perceptive on life and his career, he got to work creating a release that meant a lot to him, and he hopes that people will pay attention to the lyrics that are so close to his heart.

In addition to his Scottish accent and easy good looks, Holden will make the ladies and even some of the men swoon, with his heart of gold while playing on the road with his old friend Ingrid Michaelson. He's all about giving back and doing it for the right reasons as evidenced by his involvement with three charities which we spoke about in a recent interview.

See also: Ingrid Michaelson Says, "Don't Take Yourself Too Seriously"

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Ashley Zimmerman