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Holly Mae Heinrich (born on March 31, 1994), best known as Holly Henry, is a Minnesota-based American singer-songwriter.
Holly Henry got her stage name when competing on 'The Voice's fifth season in 2013. (United States edition). Her YouTube page and creative music releases helped her gain a worldwide following.
When Holly Henry was a teen, she used to upload videos to her Hollymaezers YouTube page. In a blind audition for 'The Voice' a few years later, she attracted the attention of all four judges as well as a large number of YouTube fans.
Holly Henry's net worth is believed to be $1,500,000, largely from her songs and YouTube channel, as of 2022.
Holly Henry prefers to keep such information private. So her annual income is not available.
Holly Henry is 5 ft 1 in (156 cm) tall.
Born in 1994, Holly Henry is 28 years old as of 2022.
Holly Mae Heinrich was born in Minnetonka, Minnesota, to professor Becky Heinrich and church music producer Marc Heinrich. She has a younger brother.
Holly Henry attended Minneapolis public schools and earned a degree from Hopkins High School. Holly Henry performed in a sandwich shop while in school and began posting music videos on her channel in 2011. Her most popular video on YouTube, with over 10 million views as of November 2019, is an 'a cappella rendition of Eurythmics' 'Sweet Dreams'.
Holly Henry is not dating anyone as of 2022. Holly Henry has had at least one previous relationship. She has never been married before.
In 2013, Holly Henry published her debut EP, titled 'The Immigrant'. The 5-track EP reached #6 on the US Pop and Rock Chart on iTunes, the same rank it held in pre-release. On April 7, 2014, Henry placed second in the RyanSeacrest.com top cover competition (behind Shawn Mendes) for her interpretation of the hit song 'Say Something'. Jamison Murphy, who came in third place, later included Henry on his track 'Remember When'. The Grow Music Project released 'Session Diaries #4' on May 6, 2014, a video based on Christopher Tyng's composition of Henry's tune 'Hide And Seek', which was published on iTunes on the same day.
'Hide And Seek' is the closing credits soundtrack for Erik A. Candiani's short film 'Escapement', which he wrote and produced. Holly Henry and Candiani worked on the KARE11 (Minneapolis TV station) ad for the Sochi Winter Olympics, which was nominated for two Upper Midwest Emmy Awards and won for outstanding Musical Arrangement/Composition. 'In the Air', Henry's original song, was written for the 2016 movie 'Intersection'.
On July 1, 2016, 'King Paten', a new album consisting of 11 tracks, was released. It charted on iTunes in Russia, Africa, the United Kingdom, Cyprus, Israel, France, Canada, and the United States.
Holly Henry worked with Candiani on the Sochi Olympics ad for KARE11, which was nominated for two Upper Midwest Emmy nominations and won for Outstanding Musical Arrangement/Composition.
Henry's original song 'In The Air' was commissioned for the 2016 film 'Intersection : The Story Of Josh Grant'.
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