Bill Holloman

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Bill Holloman (born c.1956) is an American jazz and blues tenor saxophonist and trumpet player.[1]

Holloman is noted for his highly energetic solos on both instruments. Holloman featured in the bands of Nile Rodgers (Chic), Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers and alongside Danny Gatton.[2] He has performed many times at the Montreal International Jazz Festival and has also recorded or performed with artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, Slash, Elton John, Steven Tyler, Simon Le Bon, Patti LaBelle, Diana Ross and Les Paul.[3] Holloman is also noted for his recordings with top American television network shows including HBO, CBS and ESPN, notably NASCAR. He shares an Emmy Award for the HBO Sports documentary Legendary Nights.

He has two children, Thomas and William Holloman, and still plays in the band Chic.


  1. ^ Rusch, Bob (1991) Cadence, Volume 17
  2. ^ Graff, Gary (1996). MusicHound rock: the essential album guide. Visible Ink Press. ISBN 0-7876-1037-2.
  3. ^ "About". Archived from the original on 17 October 2010. Retrieved October 7, 2010.

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