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About Lola

Los Angeles based artist, Lola Colette, is not your traditional singer-songwriter. Raised in the hills of Laurel Canyon, her musical roots connect deeply to nature, vinyl and the historic — lady of the canyon — Joni Mitchell. Colette is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, and classically trained pianist who weaves pop, rock, and Bossa Nova throughout her original songs — all of which are showcased on her upcoming debut EP, Loveland.  Along with writing, producing and arranging her own demos and playing the majority of the instruments on her songs, Colette works as an art and video director on her music videos.

At the age of 22, she has already had a prolific career. In 2022 alone, Colette and her band supported the American leg of Jerry Cantrell's Brighten Tour, she then went on to join as keyboardist in Cantrell’s band on both the European and US tours in 2023. At the start of her career, Colette performed the piano work for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 at Capitol Records Studios and went on to perform with the London Symphony Orchestra as the solo pianist for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 at Abbey Road studios at age 15. Thereafter, she performed live on the Howard Stern Show as the bassist for David Hasselhoff’s on-air performance of David Bowie’s 'Heroes' and performed as a pianist & bassist at the MOSMA International Film Music Festival.

Lola's vocal chops can also be heard on Jerry Cantrell’s new album, Brighten, as well as Netflix TV series Agent Elvis  and Gendy Tartokovsky’s Primal  on Adult Swim.

Colette’s featured performance of Martha and the Vandellas’ 'Nowhere to Run'  and ethereal vocal recordings in the John Wick: Chapter 4  film score and soundtrack album is a fine example of her seasoned musical chops. You can now listen to her punk rock approach on this Motown classic included in the John Wick: Chapter 4  soundtrack album, as she is gearing up to release her 5-song debut EP, Loveland, and subsequent music videos, by the fall of 2023.