Biography

Hollie Cook, born 1987 in London, is a British reggae and pop singer plus keyboardist. With Sex Pistol Paul Cook as dad, music was always around. Hollie rejected her performance arts schooling for a musical carrier. The Slits singer Ari Up persuaded Hollie 2006 to sing backing vocals for the EP Revenge of the Killer Slits. Hollie was then an official Slit member. She recorded her self-titled debut album Hollie Cook 2011 with Mike Pellanconi/Prince Fatty, featuring George Dekker of The Pioneers and Dennis Bovell. She was vocalist on Prince Fatty’s underground reggae hit ‘Milk and Honey’. She has a passion for reggae singers Janet Kay and Phyllis Dillon combined with classic 60s girl groups.

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