Hollie Cook

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By Iman Lababedi | January 12, 2015

Her pleasure is a songwriting purism if not indeed puritanism. She loves writing melodies. “I’m melody driven, that is usually the root where most of my ideas come from. I start with piano or guitar, more guitar, I’m very limited, I’m self-taught, as an instrumentalist really, but guitar will usually suffice.

SummerStage & Santa Monica Pier Twilight Concert Series Preview Showcase, Thursday, January 8th, 2015, Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | January 9, 2015

Hollie’s gift is her melody and her temperament, watching her is like being accosted by a sunflower, is perfect for what she does. The tunes are sweet, light, but they get you there, and songs like “Desdemona”, “99” and set opener “Ari Up”