Dick Holler. Richard Louis "Dick" Holler (born October 16, 1934, Indianapolis, Indiana) is an American songwriter, pianist, and performer, best known as the writer of the folk-pop standard " Abraham, Martin and John ". The song has been recorded by numerous artists including Dion, Ray Charles, Kenny Rogers, Emmylou Harris, Andy Williams.
Because of Dick Holler's contribution and influence on early rock n’ roll in southern Louisiana fronting bands and performing with legends such as Johnny Rivers, Jimmy Clanton, Mac Rebennack (Dr. John), Bobby Darin, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis – Dick was inducted into .
All have recorded or performed songs written by Baton Rouge native Dick Holler. Born on October 16, 1934, in Indianapolis, Indiana, he moved with his family to Baton Rouge in 1951. He graduated. from University High School the following year and attended LSU for five years. It was while attending LSU that he.
Horoscope and astrology data of Dick Holler born on 16 October 1934 Indianapolis, Indiana, with biography. Holler, Dick. From Astro-Databank. Jump to: navigation, search. Dick Holler natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) natal chart with Whole Sign houses.