Blue Moon is the debut album of country music artist Steve Holy. Released in 2000 on Curb Records, the album produced four hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts. The first one, "Don't Make Me Beg", peaked at No. 29 on the charts, and its follow-ups (the title track and "The Hunger", respectively) both reached No. 24. Following "The Hunger," Holy charted with "Good Morning Beautiful," which he recorded for the soundtrack to the film Angel Eyes. After this song reached Number One, Curb re-issued the album with "Good Morning Beautiful" as a bonus track.
The album was produced by Wilbur C. Rimes, the father of female country music singer LeAnn Rimes.
Jonathan Widran of Allmusic gave the album four stars out of five, comparing Holy's voice to that of Chris Isaak and saying that, although he did not think that Holy showed a distinct musical personality, the album was a "likeable, colorful listening experience."