New single "Water"
On June 26 Holly Auna released the first single off her upcoming album, "Queen of the Concrete." This first single, "Water" was recorded and produced in Nashville, TN by Holly Auna and her band, Dan Kozlowski, John Townsend, Ryan Oetken, and Matthew Foss.
Holly Auna started as a small-town girl who grew up on a farm in Southern Indiana learning how to play her guitar around bonfires before playing hundreds of shows at venues all around Louisville, KY area. Over the last 10 years, she has traveled back and forth between Nashville and New York City writing music and playing shows.
Her most recent album, "Love Shouldn't Be So Hard,” released on June 7, 2019 hit #12 on the official singer/songwriter iTunes charts. On the day of the album release, Spotify's playlist curators chose Holly Auna's song "Secrets" for their officially curated playlist "Take it Slow." During CMA Fest of June 2019, Holly Auna was nominated for four fan-voted WOBA awards and won in two categories: Top Song for her single "Meet Me at Midnight," and Top Charisma.
In 2017, Holly received her first cut as a songwriter with "There's This Boy" on country artist Tenille Arts' album "Rebel Child." The album reached #4 on the Country iTunes Chart, and the song was in rotation on Radio Disney Country on SiriusXM radio.
Holly Auna has been featured on songs such as "Last Man Standing" and "You Haunt Me," both released under Quartzo Records, "Where Were We" released on Knightvision Records and "Too Close" with Nashville production duo Zindee.
At the age of 19, she signed a deal with the Disney Network where they featured her original music on the Disney Stars YouTube Channel.
Holly now plays many shows in the Nashville indie scene with her band and spends her days writing songs for other Nashville artists.
In the summer of 2019, she went on her first tour, The Test Drive Tour, with Americana artist, Joshua, hitting many cities along the east coast. Her second tour, "The Spring Fling Tour" scheduled to hit many cities across the southeast, was recently cancelled due to the COVID19 pandemic.