There is something unique and refreshing about Kenny Holland. Something that you truly must come in contact with to understand. His music is soulful and honest while still appealing to pop cravings. It quickly becomes hard to believe that, at just seventeen years old, it's possible to write ballads this powerful and hooks this infectious.

Holland has come a long way since his start growing up in Michigan and only performing at high school events. From playing sold-out shows, to recording a full-length record, to taking social networking by storm. It's only a matter of time before Kenny and his songs are recognized world-wide.

In a day and age where singer/songwriters are a dime a dozen, Kenny brings something new to the table. Check out his debut single, "So What", today!


Tempe-based four piece Never Let This Go is bringing their upbeat mix of alternative rock and pop-punk to the Valley, earning their place as up and coming talent in Arizona’s thriving music scene.

Formed in January 2012 by lead vocalist David Kleinebreil, the band solidified their lineup in July 2012 with bassist Alex Gilbertson and drummer Jordan Auge, and brought in guitarist Austin Jones in summer of 2013. Drawing from Yellowcard, Blink-182, and Jimmy Eat World as their primary musical influences, the band recorded their debut self-titled EP, released in May 2012, with local producer David Ludlow. The music uses their past experiences to write songs with relatable themes such as growing up, leaving home, ending relationships, and general life transitions.

Never Let This Go has brought their energetic live performance to stages across the Valley, playing with bands like Go Radio, This Providence, and Set It Off.

The band released their second EP, Remember, on August 23; this time co-produced by the local team of David Ludlow (Greeley Estates) and Dan Parker (A Change of Pace). The EP marks a new direction for the band, with driving guitars and powerful lyrics making Remember a solid addition to NLTG's catalog.

Currently, NLTG is reaching out to their growing fanbase every day and preparing to bring their music to even more people across the country.

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