Holly George-Warren is a two-time Grammy nominee and an award-winning writer, editor, and music consultant. She’s served as a producer and consulting producer on several documentary films, including MUSCLE SHOALS (which premiered at Sundance in 2013); the 2014 and 2013 PBS films HITMAKERS and NASHVILLE 2.0; Barbara Kopple’s WOODSTOCK NOW AND THEN, and as a commentator/writer on the PBS documentary WOMEN WHO ROCK, among others, including programming on CBS (CBS Sunday Morning), NBC, the Biography Channel, MTV, CMT, VH1, and others. The co-author of “How The West Was Worn,” (Abrams) which was a companion to a museum show at the Autry National Center, Holly is an authority on the history of western fashion.