Christopher Estell, Avail Hollywood ‘s real name, was born on July 24, 1983, in Texarkana, Texas. Collins Estell Sr., the Lead Guitarist as well as Consultant for Southern Soul musicians Donnie Ray, Raine, Carl Sims, as well as the Gospel group Twin City Spiritual Singers, is his father. At the age of five, Avail Hollywood, like other artists/musicians, began his career inside the church. Alongside his father and two sisters, Loraine and Donna Estell, he served as that of the Mass Choir drummer at Sunset Missionary Baptist Church in Texarkana, Texas. Shades of Ebony, the first female soul as well as blues ensemble, was created in 1995. In 1998, he signed with Mr Willie Clayton’s record company CLAYTOWN RECORDS in Jackson, Mississippi.
In 2009, Avail Hollywood launched its debut album. His own NLIGHTN RECORDS released “THE YOUNG GUNN OF SOUTHERN SOUL.” The best-ranked record by the young Gunn of Southern Soul is Top 10 Singles by Daddy B. Nice 2009 Southern Soul’s RnB.com’s Guide to Today’s Top Chitlin’ Circuit Rhythm as well as Blues Artists features Daddy B. Nice’s Best of 2009. In 2009, it spent 6 weeks at #1 on the SOUTHERN SOUL NETWORK and also was placed #98 upon that Mainstream R&B National Billboard. The Young Gunn Of Southern Soul Album, which is most known for such track “DON’T LEAVE ME,” was named the best begging song of 2009, earning Avail Hollywood the moniker THE PRINCE OF THE BEGGERs.