Anne Elizabeth "Holly" Woods is an American rock singer whose notable works include five platinum albums by the rock band Toronto.
A native of Durham, North Carolina, Woods moved from San Francisco to Toronto in the mid 1970s, after fronting local bands Sass, and then Gambler. She initially performed in Toronto as Annie Woods and Shivers. She was introduced to Brian Allen in 1977 and, with the addition of Scott Kreyer, Nick Costello and Jimmy Fox (all native New Yorkers), plus Sheron Alton, the band Toronto was formed.
After a string of Top 40 hits and nearly 700,000 albums sold, Toronto disbanded in 1985. In 1986, Woods and Kreyer regrouped and recorded a new album which was never released. In 2007, "lost" masters were discovered and released as the eight-song album Live It Up!. These songs were recorded in Atlanta, in 1986, with producer Sonny Limbo and bandmate Kreyer.