Waco native Holly Tucker got her start singing in church with her parents, who founded the 80's Christian band - Revised Edition. The Lorena native starred on Season 4 of the television show The Voice while she was a member of the Baylor Bear Band. With one of the strongest voices not just in Texas but in the entire nation, Voice coach Blake Shelton said that Holly's voice was "the most effortless, accurate, and powerful voice he's ever heard." Holly has been named Female Vocalist of the Year by the Texas Country Music Association four times. In 2019, she released one of her most successful albums to date entitled "You're Gonna Know My Name" with hits such as Country Music Won't Let Me and Take Me Fishin'.