BLUE is a rabidly independent solo recording artist. BLUE is his real, legal and only name. He has been releasing independent records since his debut with 'Welcome to the Nineties' in February of 1990. He received attention in 1991/92 with the underground release of 'The Lion's Den' which was nominated for an Independent Music Award ('Indie award') by the National Association of Independent Record Distributors (NAIRD) for best Alternative album. This was the first time the alternative category was used. Smashing Pumpkins took the honor. BLUE formed Sanity Check Musec, Inc. In 1989. SCM is an independent record label, publishing company and 'catch-all' corporation for satisfying the legal requirements of BLUE's artistic endeavors. BLUE has no desire, or aspirations for signing with a major label. These works are not 'stepping stones'. Though Sanity Check has previously been home to a number of independent artists, it operates primarily as a 'vanity label' at this time, offering works from BLUE, his side projects and a few close friends. Holly's Song is BLUE's seventh full length solo album, not counting compilations, work with other artists, side projects and/or bands of which BLUE is a part. It is one of those dreaded rock operas. As with the vast majority of BLUE's solo efforts, this album was conceived, written, composed, arranged, engineered, produced and performed entirely by BLUE.