It wasn't known the exact day of Holly Beth Vincent's birth. What is known was that she was born in Chicago, Illinois, raised in Lake Tahoe before her family relocated to Los Angeles, California. She has a brother named Nick Vincent who's employed as a rock band drummer. She got in an argument with her parents resulting in Holly Vincent running away from home only to return to her parents when running away from home failed. She left Los Angeles, California for London, England when she was 18 and never looked back. She formed the rock band Holly and the Italians which only lasted from 1980 until 1982 before the band broke up. When Patty Donahue left the Waitresses in 1984, Holly Beth Vincent took over as the lead singer of that band until Patty Donahue returned after only a few weeks absence. Holly Beth Vincent never recorded anything with the Waitresses though. She vanished from music for almost an entire decade until returning in 1993 with a new rock band the Oblivious in 1993 which broke up after only one album. It was when the Oblivious opened for Johnette Napolitano's band Concrete Blonde which lead to a collaboration with Johnette Napolitano in 1995. Holly Vincent has returned to Los Angeles, California where she records music and tours to support her music at this exact moment of time.