You may not know the name Greg Holden (unless you live in the Netherlands; he hit number two on the charts there).
But odds are good that you already know the British-born Lone Bellow tourmate’s songs — like the massive hit he co-penned for American Idol winner Phillip Phillips, and had several memorable TV placements in his own name, including this Target ad and his song “The Lost Boy,” which underscored a key sequence during the fifth season of Sons of Anarchy.
For the millions who watch that show, “The Lost Boy” is a eulogy for a fallen character, but the song was actually inspired by Dave Eggers’ novel What Is The What, about a group of Sudanese refugees. “If you listen to the lyrics, it’s not like you’d know that it was about a Sudanese refugee,” he tells EW. “I know what it’s about, but I’m really glad people are able to take their own meanings from it. I like it when songs have more meanings than just the one that was intended, so I’m glad that people were able to relate to it through Sons of Anarchy.” READ FULL STORY