Holly Ramos

Born and raised in Manhattan, Holly was the front woman of the band FUR and the infamous DJ of GREENDOOR fame throughout the 90's. Fur released their self titled cd and a handful of singles on Blackout! records. Holly has collaborated and recorded with the lovely Antony, of Antony and the Johnsons, winner of 2005 Mercury award. She co-wrote the songs Cigarettes and Violets on Jesse Malins The Fine Art of Self-Destruction cd, Gods Lonely People on The Heat cd and Black Haired Girl on his new one, Glitter in the Gutter. She even played guitar in Joey Ramone's band for his Christmas show at Coney Island High. She Her last ep was produced by Malin and features Ryan Adams, along with Iggy Pops drummer Paul Garisto and Robbie Williams bass player Fil Izler and the song "Waterfall" which came out of those sessions is featured on Racehorse. Holly has performed everywhere from CBGBs and Jackie 60 to the Museum of Contemporary Art in New York City, and has toured the US and Europe. Hollys experience of growing up punk is quoted in the American Hardcore, the definitive book on the history of hardcore punk music by Steve Blush. Holly was a special guest member of the underground performance cult BLACKLIPS!! She can be seen acting in the principal role of Natalie in the indie cult feature Margarita Happy Hour, directed by Ilya Chaiken as well as starring in the official Sundance Film Festival selection, The 100 Lovers of Jesus Reynolds, also directed by Chaiken.

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