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Hollie Cook was born and bred in West London, in a household dominated by music. She gravitated to the sounds of Marc Bolan, David Bowie and The Cure. With Sex Pistols’ Paul Cook as her dad, music was always around.

Revenge of the Killer Slits which she followed by ditching school to join the band on a six week US tour. Hollie was now an official Slit – Ari referred to her as the 'second singer' – so when it came to record a new Slits album in L.A., Hollie's vocals, keyboards and even her song Cry all featured.
Chaka Demus EP, with Ian Brown on The World Is Yours, and most significantly as ... Read more

Hollie Cook was born and bred in West London, in a household dominated by music. She gravitated to the sounds of Marc Bolan, David Bowie and The Cure. With Sex Pistols’ Paul Cook as her dad, music was always around.

Revenge of the Killer Slits which she followed by ditching school to join the band on a six week US tour. Hollie was now an official Slit – Ari referred to her as the 'second singer' – so when it came to record a new Slits album in L.A., Hollie's vocals, keyboards and even her song Cry all featured.
Chaka Demus EP, with Ian Brown on The World Is Yours, and most significantly as featured vocalist on Prince Fatty’s underground reggae hit Milk and Honey. The single received airplay across BBC Radio 1, 6 Music, XFM, Kiss and even ended up on Grey’s Anatomy.

Following this Hollie jumped at the chance to get in the studio with Mike (Prince Fatty) as she was smitten by the tracks she had heard. Hollie’s passion for reggae singers Janet Kay and Phyllis Dillon combined with classic 60s girl groups formed the basis for her new solo work of self-coined ‘tropical pop’. The two locked themselves in the studio to record her self-titled debut album, released on Mr Bongo.

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Hollie Cook was born and bred in West London, in a household dominated by music. She gravitated to the sounds of Marc Bolan, David Bowie and The Cure. With Sex Pistols’ Paul Cook as her dad, music was always around.

Revenge of the Killer Slits which she followed by ditching school to join the band on a six week US tour. Hollie was now an official Slit – Ari referred to her as the 'second singer' – so when it came to record a new Slits album in L.A., Hollie's vocals, keyboards and even her song Cry all featured.
Chaka Demus EP, with Ian Brown on The World Is Yours, and most significantly as featured vocalist on Prince Fatty’s underground reggae hit Milk and Honey. The single received airplay across BBC Radio 1, 6 Music, XFM, Kiss and even ended up on Grey’s Anatomy.

Following this Hollie jumped at the chance to get in the studio with Mike (Prince Fatty) as she was smitten by the tracks she had heard. Hollie’s passion for reggae singers Janet Kay and Phyllis Dillon combined with classic 60s girl groups formed the basis for her new solo work of self-coined ‘tropical pop’. The two locked themselves in the studio to record her self-titled debut album, released on Mr Bongo.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Hollie Cook was born and bred in West London, in a household dominated by music. She gravitated to the sounds of Marc Bolan, David Bowie and The Cure. With Sex Pistols’ Paul Cook as her dad, music was always around.

Revenge of the Killer Slits which she followed by ditching school to join the band on a six week US tour. Hollie was now an official Slit – Ari referred to her as the 'second singer' – so when it came to record a new Slits album in L.A., Hollie's vocals, keyboards and even her song Cry all featured.
Chaka Demus EP, with Ian Brown on The World Is Yours, and most significantly as featured vocalist on Prince Fatty’s underground reggae hit Milk and Honey. The single received airplay across BBC Radio 1, 6 Music, XFM, Kiss and even ended up on Grey’s Anatomy.

Following this Hollie jumped at the chance to get in the studio with Mike (Prince Fatty) as she was smitten by the tracks she had heard. Hollie’s passion for reggae singers Janet Kay and Phyllis Dillon combined with classic 60s girl groups formed the basis for her new solo work of self-coined ‘tropical pop’. The two locked themselves in the studio to record her self-titled debut album, released on Mr Bongo.

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