2. Lolita (1931-2010) was an Austrian singer. In 1960, Lolita's song "Seeman" (deine Heimat ist das Meer), sung in German, was the first "German-made" female artist single to make the US Hot 100, peaking at #5. 3.
Lolita was the name used for an Italian Eurodance project led by many producers, and fronted by two different vocalists over the years. Annerley Gordon AKA Ann Lee was the performer up to 1995 ("Try Me", "Cherry Girl" were among the most popular songs), but left around that time to perform vocals for Whigfield. A project very similar to Lolita was Virginelle, produced approximately by the same rolling team and in which Gordon sang "Lucky Lucky". Ever since Annerley Gordon left, vocalist Elena Gobbi took the parts of both Lolita and Virginelle. Some producers/writers involved in the Lolita project over the years are Giancarlo Pasquini AKA Dave Rodgers, Sandro Oliva, Andrea Leonardi AKA Bratt Sinclaire, Alberto Contini, Hinoky Team, Giordano Foglia, Marco Gulinelli. 4.
Lolita is an female german rapper, with offensive lyrics. 5. Lolita is a Chicago-based latin jazz band, composed of Northwestern students Daniel Head (vocals, guitar), Thomas Beckmann (bass, vocals), Matt Stokke (vocals, guitar) and Jose Dutriz (drums). 6. Lolita is a rock band from Czech Republic. http://www.bandzone.cz/lolita 7.
Lolita is a band from Estonia. 8. Lolita is a famous russian Pop singer, composer and TV hostess, who has her own TV talk show 9. Lolita aka Graziella Franchini is an Italian pop singer performing from 1966 until her murder in 1986. 10. Lolita is a female electro/pop/dance producer, singer and songwriter from Toronto, Canada. 11.
Lolita is a Jazz band from Ljubljana, Slovenia, founded in 1987. 12. Lolita is an alternative/indie/pop band from Koprivnica, Croatia. http://lolitakc.bandcamp.com 13.
Lolita is the name of Polish pop-rock music singer. Her song "Memories of Vodka" hits the top of US Billboard chart. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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