Holly Ross

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Holly Ross
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Holly Ross with The Lovely Eggs at the Night and Day Cafe, Manchester, 2011.
Background information
Origin Lancaster, England
Genres Indie rock
Art rock
Instruments Guitars
vocals
Years active 1994–present
Associated acts Angelica, The Lovely Eggs
Notable instruments
Fender Telecaster

Holly Ross was the guitarist and lead vocalist from Angelica; an all-female punk rock band from Lancaster, England.

Her singing was described as "soft as butter Lancastrian tones."[1]

Since the split of Angelica in 2002, Ross concentrated on her personal life and career until returning to music in 2006, with a new band formed with husband David Blackwell called The Lovely Eggs.

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  1. ^ http://www.stylusmagazine.com/feature.php?ID=723 Stylusmagazine.com Retrieved on 05-10-07