For many years David Holler has been part of the Swiss music scene working as a singer, songwriter and music producer. He’s co-written many songs with major artists and industry notables such as Grammy Nominated producer Ben Mühlenthaler, Stephanie Heinzmann, Anna Rossinelli, Roman Caminzind, Chris Von Rohr, Reto Burrell, Luca Hänni, Mr. Da-Nos, Johnny Rivers, Supertramp’s Bob Siebenburg, D.J. Bobo, Alejandro Reyes, Karavann, Kandlbauer and French movie star Arielle Dombasle. David also co-wrote 'Voice of Freedom' with Grammy Award winner Angélique Kidjo
David has had his work featured on many Top 10 albums on the Official Swiss Charts. In 2004 and 2005, he co-wrote 15 songs which appeared on 3 consecutive Number 1 albums. Not only as a writer, but also as a backing vocalist and vocal coach.
With his album ‘Offline Friends, he established himself as a recording artist/producer in his own right. His debute single 'When You Were Still In Love With Me,' went on to be one of the most played songs on Radio Swiss Pop in 2017 (over 1.5 million listeners a day). Listen To The Bells, Let It Rain (co-written with David's brother Reno) and Angel Of The Avenue (co-written with John Lyons) still get regular airplay 3 years on. His song 'Drive On' feat. Grammy Award Winner Brent Mason (co-written by Daniel Marbot) was radio hit on Country Radio Switzerland.
David’s father Dick Holler is a BMI Award winning songwriter who’s written songs for Ray Charles, Marvin Gaye, Cher, The Bellamy Brothers, Lobo, Whitney Houston, Smokey Robinson. His song 'Snoopy Versus The Red Baron (co-written with Phil Gernhard)' was featured in Quinten Tarntino's 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.' David Holler and Reno Holler own the publishing rights through their company Stonehenge Music.
In 2018, they signed a sync license with Bob Dylan who recorded & filmed Dick Holler's 1968 classic Abraham, Martin and John. David and Reno administer all of their father's publishing and master recordings dating back to 1957.