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Texas has contributed more than its fair share to the country music world. The year 2001 saw one of its native sons, Steve Holy, find musical gold by exercising his talent for a country music audience looking for something other than the regular musical offerings currently coming from Music Row. Steve's star status wasn't an overnight occurrence, though, since Steve has been bring Texas stadiums and venues for the past six years with his comfortable blend of fifties rock and roll, pop and hot country favorites. Poised to take the next step, Steve launched his Curb debut single, Don't Make Me Beg, in October 1999 and debuted at the Las Vegas Hilton as the opening act for LeAnn Rimes. Steve's second single, Blue Moon, was released in April 2000 and climbed all the way to number 19 on the charts. His third single ,The Hunger, made it to number 20. His current single Good Morning Beautiful is featured in the Jennifer Lopez movie "Angel Eyes." Refusing to be labeled musically, he credits country music greats Charlie Rich, Mickey Gilley and John Conlee for influencing and inspiring his music. Steve will also let you know that Elvis, Sam Cooke and a variety of Doo-Wop groups play a major role in his vocal style and on-stage persona.

Steve's personal delivery on stage has helped build a loyal following. He works hard to not only dazzle them with his singing but connect with them individually on a one-to-one basis. That approach gets him invited back to almost every place he performs. He enjoys lingering after shows to meet and greet the fans, and truly appreciates that they took the time and spent their hard-earned money to see him. Steve takes nothing for granted.

To the legions of Steve Holy fans, his appearance on the national scene was only a matter of time. Five years ago, Steve was among 500 hopefuls who auditioned for a spot on the renowned Johnnie High Country Revue in Arlington, Texas, the same show that would later launch Curb recording artists LeAnn Rimes and Shane McAnally. He finished first in the competition and less than a year later was voted "Entertainer of the Year" by the fans. He also became an annual favorite performing three times at the Miss Texas Pageant.

A Dallas native, Steve is the youngest in a large family that boasts of eight children. He credits his parents and long time friend, Johnnie High, as being the most influential figures in his life. He also credits his brothers and sisters with "Keeping his feet firmly planted on the ground." His personal goal is to always remain approachable.

When asked to define success, he describes it as, "an intersection of preparation and opportunity." With years of hard work, planning and the support of Curb Records behind him, Steve Holy is already a major success.

To find out more about Steve's concert dates, appearance schedule and fan stuff, check out Steve's website at: