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Bob Holz performing in 2018.
|Birth name||Robert Avel Holz|
|Born||February 3, 1958|
Syracuse, New York
|Genres||Jazz, post bop, jazz fusion|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, songwriter, bandleader|
|Instruments||Drums, percussion, vocals|
|Years active||1970– present|
|Labels||MVD Entertainment Group, MVD Audio|
|Associated acts||Bob Holz Band, A Vision Forward, Bob Holz and Friends|
Robert Avel Holz (born February 3, 1958) is an American drummer and composer. Holz was born in Syracuse, New York and resides in Los Angeles, California. He played with jazz guitarist Larry Coryell between 2015 and 2017 and has led his own groups, Bob Holz and A Vision Forward and Bob Holz Band.
Holz's third album for MVD Audio, Visions:Coast To Coast Connection with A Vision Forward was released in 2018 and featured Stanley Clarke, Randy Brecker, Alex Machacek, Ralphe Armstrong and Chet Catallo.
On February 8, 2019 Holz released the album Silverthorne on MVD Audio. The album features Holz on drums, guitarist Mike Stern, trumpeter Randy Brecker, bassist Ralphe Armstrong, saxophonist Brandon Fields (musician), guitarist Jamie Glaser, guitarist Alex Machacek, saxophonist Ada Rovatti, bassist Andrew Ford, keyboardist Billy Steinway and percussionist Alex Acuna.
- With Bob Holz and A Vision Forward
- 2016: A Vision Forward (MVD Audio)feat Larry Coryell, Mike Stern and Randy Brecker
- 2017: Visions And Friends (MVD Audio)feat Larry Coryell and Randy Brecker
- 2018: Visions:Coast To Coast Connection (MVD Audio), feat Stanley Clarke and Randy Brecker
- 2019: Silverthorne (MVD Audio),feat Mike Stern and Randy Brecker
- Astarita, Glenn (March 11, 2018). "Acclaimed Jazz Fusion Drummer/Composer Bob Holz Returns With Visions & Friends". All About Jazz. Retrieved 6 March 2018.
- Astarita, Glenn (March 19, 2019). "Bob Holz: Silverthorne". All About Jazz. Retrieved 27 December 2019.