Holly Dunn’s self-titled debut studio album was released in 1986 through MTM Records. It includes her breakthrough hit, “Daddy’s Hands,” as well as her first Top 40 single “Two Too Many.”
Cornerstone is the second studio album by Holly Dunn, released in 1987 on MTM Records. Cornerstone produced three straight Top 10 hits: “Love Someone Like Me,” “Only When I Love” and “Strangers Again.”
Across the Rio Grande, released in 1988, is Holly Dunn’s first self-produced album. Featuring a more acoustic-based sound, it includes the hits “That’s What Your Love Does to Me” and “Someday.”
Holly Dunn’s fourth studio album The Blue Rose of Texas is her first for major label Warner Bros. Records. It includes her first #1 hit, “Are You Ever Gonna Love Me” and features a guest appearance by Dolly Parton.
Heart Full of Love is Holly Dunn’s fifth studio album. Her third straight self-produced album, it includes her second #1 single “You Really Had Me Going” as well as the hit title track, plus a guest appearance by The Jordanaires on her cover of Marty Robbins’ “Don’t Worry.”
Milestones: Greatest Hits collects Holly Dunn’s biggest songs through 1991. Along with nine classics including “Daddy’s Hands,” “Are You Ever Gonna Love Me” and “You Really Had Me Going,” the compilation album debuts two new singles: “Maybe I Mean Yes” and “No One Takes the Train Anymore.”
Getting It Dunn is Holly Dunn’s sixth album and last with Warner Bros. Records. Released in 1992, it includes the singles “No Love Have I,” “As Long as You Belong to Me” and “Golden Years.”
Life and Love and All the Stages is Holly Dunn’s first album for the independent label River North Records. Released in 1995, it includes the singles “I Am Who I Am” and “Cowboys Are My Weakness.”
Holly Dunn’s eighth album Leave One Bridge Standing is her final mainstream country music record. Released in 1997, it is produced by her brother and frequent co-writer Chris Waters.
Holly Dunn concluded her musical career by going Full Circle. Her only gospel album returns the preacher’s daughter to her roots for ten deeply personal performances.