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Kenny Holland

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Pop rock recording artist and songwriter known for singles including "So What," "One Day at at Time," and "Backseat" off his debut album Heart & Keys. He then released an EP called Whatever It Takes. He started playing piano at the young age of 8. He performed at high school events, honing in skills while growing up in Michigan. He is incredibly popular on the 6 second video creating app Vine with more than 1.4 million followers as of January 2015. His hometown is Phoenix, Arizona, but he grew up in Michigan and later started working on his music in Los Angeles. He began a relationship with fellow web star Andrea Russett. He performed in front of a sold out crowd while opening for Aaron Carter. [+]
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