Greg Holden Made His Album Then Found Himself A Label

The singer/songwriter made the album he wanted to make the way he liked it and then he found a label that felt the same way.

Texas Chapter spoke with singer/songwriter Greg Holden in 2015 at Austin's Gibson Showroom about music and his first Warner Bros. Records album Chase The Sun that year. Having been independent for six years, Holden finds it funny to be considered a new artist. He made the album himself with producer Greg Wells, confident he would "find a good home for it" once completed. "I made the album that I wanted to make and I found a label who liked it," he explained.

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