The refreshing southern voice and songwriting of Floramay Holliday is a talent unique to the music industry. Her unforgettable sound blends the essence of old-school country with the contemporary. Originally from Florence, South Carolina, Floramay Holliday made her mark in Austin, Texas where she recorded her first 2 albums, "Floramay Holliday" and "Trouble & a Truer Sound", featuring Texas legends Ray Benson and Guy Clark, paying tribute to her country roots with an alternative style. After 15 years of writing and performing, she is releasing her 3rd album, "Dreams", marking a new vision in her career. Recorded in Upstate New York, on Roseneath Records, Holliday debuts her talents as producer. "Dreams" is a bright, yet deeply felt collection of songs that is vastly different from her first two albums. Being a wife and mother of two, her writing has matured and blossomed, bringing freshness to familiar subjects. With radio hits like the catchy "Girl's Night", the profound "As Long As You Can", and the bluesy "Things You Do", the record crosses many genres with an original flair and a powerful voice that captures the moment. Holliday has also co-created the popular rock group, Sis Deville, with Texas State Musician, Shelley King. Sis Deville is an all-girl southern rock band featuring stunning three-part harmony and finely crafted pop songs with a Texas attitude.