Lola Ameche


Lola Dee (b. Lorraine DeAngelis) is a veteran pop singer with crystal clear vocals who became famous during the early 1950s under the name, Lola Ameche, while still in her teens. Her best known songs include the 1951 Top 40 hits, "Pretty Eyed Baby" and "Hitsity Hotsity," both performed with the Al Trace Orchestra. She later had a minor hit as Lola Dee with "Paper Roses" (1955, not to be confused with the same-named song by Anita Bryant and Marie Osmond).

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Hitsity Hotsity (1951)

Pop charts debut year: 1951

Years active: ca. 1950s - 1970s

Genres: Traditional pop, jazz, novelty

Labels: Mercury, Columbia, Wing


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