LOLO is the performing name of Jackson, Tennessee native Lauren Pritchard. A singer from a young age, Pritchard moved to Los Angeles as a teenager hoping to break into the music business. She eventually got her first big break in musical theater in the role of Ilse in the Broadway production Spring Awakening. Hoping to parlay her success into a pop music career, she relocated to the U.K. and signed a deal with Universal/Island Records. Working with acclaimed British songwriter/producer Eg White, she recorded her debut, Wasted in Jackson, a dusky mix of pop and with tones of blue-eyed soul that reached number 84 on the U.K. pop chart in October 2010. By 2013, she'd moved back to the U.S. and adopted the stage name LOLO. Over the next few years, she released a steady stream of singles and a 2015 EP titled Comeback Queen. A frequent touring partner and collaborator with Panic! At the Disco, she also wrote a musical called Songbird. In Loving Memory of When I Gave a Shit, her debut album as LOLO, arrived in 2016. ~ Timothy Monger, Rovi