Lolly (2)

Anna Kumble

Also known as Lolly Vegas
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.lolly.uk.com/, http://www.acvx91.ukgateway.net/

Discography of Lolly (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Viva La Radio 2 Audio 2002 Terminal Traxx
2 Mickey 2 Audio 1999 Polydor
3 Mickey 3 Audio 1999 Polydor
4 Girls Just Wanna Have Fun 3 Audio 2000 Polydor
5 Rockin' Robin / Big Boys Don't Cry 4 Audio 1999 Polydor
6 Viva La Radio 4 Audio 1999 Polydor
7 Per Sempre Amore (Forever In Love) 3 Audio 2000 Polydor
8 Mickey 4 Audio 1999 Polydor
9 Girls Just Wanna Have Fun 4 Audio 2000 Polydor
10 Viva La Radio 2 Audio 1999 Polydor
11 Viva La Radio 3 Audio 1999 Polydor
12 Big Boys Don't Cry / Rockin' Robin 4 Audio 1999 Polydor
13 Per Sempre Amore (Forever In Love) 4 Audio 2000-04-24 Polydor
14 Viva La Radio 4 Audio 1999 Polydor
15 Viva La Radio 3 Audio 1999 Polydor
16 Mickey - The Mixes 4 Audio 1999 Polydor
17 My First Album 20 Audio 1999 Polydor
18 Big Boys Don't Cry / Rockin' Robin 3 Audio 1999 Polydor
19 Viva La Radio 3 Audio 2002 Terminal Traxx
20 Mickey 3 Audio 1999 Polydor
21 Big Boys Don't Cry 3 Audio 1999 Polydor
22 Pick 'n' Mix 18 Audio 2000 Polydor
23 My First Album 10 Audio 1999-08-27 Polydor
24 Viva La Radio 6 Audio 1999-08-01 Polydor
25 Viva La Radio 2 Audio 1999 Polydor
26 Per Sempre Amore (Forever In Love) 3 Audio 2000 Polydor
27 Per Sempre Amore (Forever In Love) 4 Audio 2000-04-24 Polydor
28 Mickey 2 Audio 1999-09-06 Polydor
29 Big Boys Don't Cry / Rockin' Robin 2 Audio 1999-11-22 Polydor
30 Girls Just Wanna Have Fun 2 Audio 2000-09-11 Polydor
31 My First Album 20 Audio 1999-09-20 Polydor
32 Pick 'n' Mix 18 Audio 2000-09-11 Polydor
33 Per Sempre Amore (Forever In Love) 4 Audio 2000 Polydor


Born 27 June 1977, Sutton Coldfield

Lolly attended The Shrubbery School, Highclare School and Plantsbrook School, in Sutton Coldfield. She worked as a model before going into a pop career. Lolly arrived on the British pop music scene in 1999 with the release of her first single, "Viva La Radio". She released five singles and two albums over her two year career in music. Her real name was released one letter at a time in Smash Hits magazine. After quitting her record label Polydor, Lolly reverted to her real name and began TV presenting, working for the BBC on programmes such as Xchange. She also works for Nickelodeon. Kumble also acts as a stand in for presenter Anna Williamson some Saturday and Sunday mornings on kids show Toonattik on CITV.

In 2006 Kumble starred in the pantomime Dick Whittington at The Playhouse in Weston-super-Mare.

A high demand has seen Lolly perform all around the UK in the past few years. Performance this year include, Edinburgh, York, London & Belfast.

Anna was born to Dr. Jaiker Kumble and Barbara in Sutton Coldfield. She has a brother Paul and a sister Jodie.


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