Britney Holmes

Britney Holmes Beginning as an actress in the award-winning PBS children's show Wishbone, playing mischievous Emily Barnes, Britney developed a passion for music and singing. Inspired by a character on the show, Britney learned the National Anthem and began performing in and around her hometown of Dallas, Texas. By 11, she was known as the “National Anthem Queen,” singing at several professional athletic events, such as the Big 12 College Championship and Dallas Mavericks basketball games. Having been exposed to the great sounds of Motown growing up, her roots were planted within Pop/R&B music. Britney began to develop a sound heavily influenced by '80s and '90s R&B music with pop overtones and by such artists as Mariah Carey, Bruno Mars, and Justin Timberlake. Britney's sound integrates unique harmonies and background vocals to complement lyrics rooted in the theme of love.

Britney Holmes

Press comments and articles quote Britney as having a “bluesy edge,” a “Demi Diva,” “a true songstress” (Dallas Morning News). She was also featured in STAR magazine that described her as “ready to battle in the competitive world of music!” after a journalist met her at the 2003 Kid’s Choice Awards.

Britney has collaborated with hip hop legend Krayzie Bone of Bone, Thugs & Harmony on her single “Good Time” and recently released her own versions of Bruno Mars' "Versace On The Floor" and "Chunky," both of which garnered the attention of over three million YouTube viewers and over half a million Spotify streams. She followed that success by releasing her self-written single titled “Loving You Tonight” in which she shot the music video at the State Fair of Texas. Additionally, she is appearing as a contestant on the reboot season of American Idol premiering March 2018 on ABC.