Holly J Williams

Holly J Williams

Holly has had a 26 year career as a singer of sacred and secular music in the Santa Barbara County, recording three albums. She has sung in church from the time she was a little girl, with her inspiration coming from her late grandmother who was a Southern Gospel singer. Holly was the 1985 Miss Santa Barbara County, and an entrant in the Miss California State Pageant. Holly presently is the lead singer in a jazz band called Laurel Street Jazz, and has sung with pianist Bill Powell, and saxophonist Bob Osborn, as well as, several jazz combos. She has shared her music singing for church services from Memphis Tennessee, to California. Holly studied opera and musical theater, and can sing both classical and jazz musical styles. She was honored to perform with the great Doc Severnsen of the ‘Tonight Show Band’, she performed in the light opera musical with the PCPA Theaterfest called “Amahl and the Night Visitors”, and she has sung several times as the featured vocalist for the Lompoc Pops Orchestra and the Allan Hancock College Jazz Big Band. She is also known in the county for performing the National Anthem at the Elks and Fiesta Rodeos on horseback and opening ceremonies for both Lompoc and Santa Ynez Relay for Life.
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