studio work

Lola has been a session vocalist, pianist, arranger, and vocal coach in the music industry for over 10 years. Her background in jazz, rock, musical theater and classical music allows her to be flexible on stage and in the studio. Some of her most notable sessions include vocals on Kong: Skull Island and the hit CW network show, Legends of Tomorrow.

She also tours nationwide with new-age jazz fusion supergroup, Todd Mosby and the New Horizons. Her work is featured on the group’s newest album Open Waters, produced by guitar legend Will Ackerman (Windham Hill Records) .

Lola’s Sizzle Reel


Dance/Indie Pop: Dreams - all vocal parts (Fleetwood Mac/arr: Ryan Marquez/producer: Tom Kendall)

Jazz: I’m Beginning To See the Light (Ellington)

Country/Pop: Different Shade of Blue (Cromwell)

Singer-Songwriter: How Can I Better Love You - piano/vocal (original)

Classical: Ave Maria - piano/vocal (Schubert)

Jazz/Americana: Daydreaming (original)

New Age: Coming About - all vocal parts/piano (Todd Mosby)

High Range Belt: Bring My Baby Back to Me - piano/vocal (original)

Soul/Gospel: Tired of Waiting - piano/vocal/harmonies (original)


video examples of Live Studio performances:

Lola & the Ryan Marquez Trio -1950 (King Princess Cover)

Todd Mosby & the New Horizons - Western Sky

Phillip Stewart - Home (piano/musical director)