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Eddie Holman

About Eddie Holman

Eddie Holman had been around since the '50s, but made his mark by helping put the upscale Philly Soul sound on the map starting in the late '60s. An impassioned singer, Holman used a crooning falsetto to land "Hey There Little Girl" on the top of the charts in 1970. A born-again Christian, he has recorded only sporadically over the past two decades.

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Listen toEddie Holmanon Rhapsody

Eddie Holman had been around since the '50s, but made his mark by helping put the upscale Philly Soul sound on the map starting in the late '60s. An impassioned singer, Holman used a crooning falsetto to land "Hey There Little Girl" on the top of the charts in 1970. A born-again Christian, he has recorded only sporadically over the past two decades.

About Eddie Holman

Eddie Holman had been around since the '50s, but made his mark by helping put the upscale Philly Soul sound on the map starting in the late '60s. An impassioned singer, Holman used a crooning falsetto to land "Hey There Little Girl" on the top of the charts in 1970. A born-again Christian, he has recorded only sporadically over the past two decades.

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About Eddie Holman

Eddie Holman had been around since the '50s, but made his mark by helping put the upscale Philly Soul sound on the map starting in the late '60s. An impassioned singer, Holman used a crooning falsetto to land "Hey There Little Girl" on the top of the charts in 1970. A born-again Christian, he has recorded only sporadically over the past two decades.

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