Vocalist Amy Holland scored a high 30 strike with her soft rock and roll track “HOW DO YOU Survive” in 1980. The track, extracted from her recording Amy Holland, was made by Doobie Sibling Michael McDonald and presented several notable music artists of that time period, including Mike Porcaro, Tom Scott, and Expenses Payne. She experienced a minor strike two years later on, performing a duet on “Ain’t NOTHING BEATS the true Thing/You’re All I have to MANAGE” with Chris Christian. In 1983, she released ON YOUR OWN Every Word, nonetheless it didn’t attract an viewers. Since then, she’s appeared on information as a support vocalist, including produces by Christian group First Contact and McDonald, to whom she’s been married for just two years. The EMI label finally released ON YOUR OWN Every Phrase on Compact disc in 2005.
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