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Holly Throsby


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Holly Throsby (born 28 December 1978) is a musician from Sydney, Australia. Throsby was nominated for an Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) 'Best Female Artist' Award in 2006 for Under the Town and in the same category in 2008 for A Loud Call. In 2011, she was nominated for an Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) for 'Best Children's Album' for her alternative kid's album, See!; as well as a nomination as part of her band, Seeker Lover Keeper, with Sally Seltmann and Sarah Blasko. Career: Holly Throsby was raised in Sydney, Australia and began studying guitar at the age of 8. She is the daughter of ABC Classic FM radio presenter Margaret Throsby. Her uncle is cultural economist, David Throsby, and her grandmother was a cellist in the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. She studied classical guitar techniques and began composing from the age of 11. After earning a B.A. degree (majoring in English) from the University of Sydney, Throsby worked at an art house video...


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