The Holloways’ Rob Skipper, 28 Has Died

Rob Skipper has died. He was a former singer/guitarist/fiddler of North London Indie pop group The Holloways and it has been confirmed to NME by the band’s former agent he has passed away and from undisclosed causes. It was in 2004 2when Holloway joined the group as he was featured on two of their studio albums, they are (So This Is Great Britain? and No Smoke, No Mirrors). They were popular for her hits, ‘Two Left Feet’, ‘Generator’ and ‘Dancefloor’.

Also in 2011 they went their separate ways. Skipper also was the founder of Rob Skipper & The Musical Differences in 2008, and also attached to the power-pop group HARES.

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