About Holly Tapp
A country girl with a strong connection to the land, Holly divides her time between cattle rustling on her dad’s station and studying music in Byron Bay. Growing up on the station in the remote Northern Territory, Holly first learnt guitar over the radio via distance education.
Fast forward to age 22 and after cutting her teeth in a seven-piece funk band, Holly has picked up her guitar and decided to go solo singing folk, pop, funk and soul.
Holly Tapp hails from a remote cattle station, 350 kilometres from the state’s capital of Darwin, where her love of country music was born in the open space of her family’s King River Station.