Holly Knight – Heart Don’t Fail Me Now (1988)

Holly Knight is a songwriter, vocalist and musician of pop and rock music, she was born in New York City and started playing classical piano as a young child. She soon became interested in rock music, and left home at about sixteen to pursue her dreams. Five years later, in the early 1980s, her band Spider (featuring Anton Fig of Late Show with David Letterman) got a recording contract with Dreamland Records, released two albums – Spider (self-titled; 1980) and Between the Lines (1981) and was managed by Bill Aucoin, who had also managed KISS and Billy Idol, among others. She had a second band called Device in the mid 1980s, who had a hit with “Hanging on a Heart Attack” off their 22B3 album.

In 1988, Holly released her only solo album, the self-titled album would be promoted by the release of two singles, the first was “Every Man’s Fear” followed up with “Heart Don’t Fail Me Now’

“Heart Don’t Fail Me Now” included backing vocals by Daryl Hall with remixes by Chris Lord-Alge

Heart Don’t Fail Me Now (Extended Remix)   5:33

Heart Don’t Fail Me Now (Edit)                     5:07

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