|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Like Blood Like Honey||11||Audio||2006-06-06||Machine Shop Recordings|
|2||Holly Brook EP||5||Audio||2005-10-11||Machine Shop Recordings|
|3||CONNECT Sets||4||Audio||2005||Machine Shop Recordings|
|4||O'Dark:Thirty EP||7||Audio||2010-06-17||Not On Label|
Holly Brook Hafermann (sometimes spelled as Haffermann), born February 23, 1986 is an American multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter.
At the age of six she performed with her mother, the duo released three albums under the name [a=Generations (2)]. She started writing and performing her own music by the age of fifteen.
Holly was signed to [a=Brad Delson]'s [l=Machine Shop Recordings] in 2004 and went to feature on [a=Fort Minor]'s song "Where'd you go" before she released her first solo album [r=1257253] in 2006.
She changed her artist name to [a=Skylar Grey] in 2010 and is currently pursuing her career under the name of Skylar Grey and only stating "Holly Brook is dead" when asked about her past career.