Brenda Holloway

Brenda Holloway

Born Jun 21, 1946
  • Singer, Songwriter
Brenda Holloway is an American singer and songwriter, who was a recording artist for Motown Records during the 1960s. Her best-known recordings are the soul hits, "Every Little Bit Hurts", "When I'm Gone", and "You've Made Me So Very Happy." The latter, which she co-wrote, was later widely populariz...

Brenda Holloway Stats

Nickname

: Holloway, Brenda, Brenda Holloway Davis

Profession

: Singer, Songwriter

Ethnicity

: African American

Nationality

: United States of America

Date of Birth

: Jun 21, 1946 (70 years old)

Place of Birth

: Atascadero
Appearances

Brenda Holloway Film Appearances

  1. The Beatles at Shea Stadium

Brenda Holloway TV Guest Roles

  1. Brenda Holloway / John Andrea
  2. Brenda Holloway / The Standells
  3. Brenda Holloway / Lewis and Clarke Expedition
  4. The Electric Prunes / Brenda Holloway
  5. Brenda Holloway / Roosevelt Grier
  6. The Castaways / Brenda Holloway
  7. Hedy Lamarr (guest host); Kingsmen; Joe Tex; Dave Clark 5
  8. Olympics / Moody Blues / Brenda Holloway / Dino, Desi & Billy

Brenda Holloway Albums

  1. The Motown Anthology
  2. The Very Best of Brenda Holloway
  3. Greatest Hits and Rare Classics
  4. Every Little Bit Hurts
  5. Starting the Hurt All Over Again / Just Look What You've Done
  6. 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Brenda Holloway
  7. When I'm Gone
  8. You've Made Me So Very Happy / I've Got to Find It
  9. I'll Be Available / Operator