A deep dark Cossack song echoes over endless mighty steppes. Impressive Saint-Petersburg and dazzling Moscow. The land of vodka and Volga. In “From Russia With Love”, Helmut Lotti encounters a new world. A vast empire he describes in touching words and captivating harmonies.
“From Russia With Love” is his personal postcard from the land of Pushkin, Tolstoy and Tchaikovsky, the portrait of a world nation, painted with admiration by a world star.
Helmut Lotti (born Helmut Lotigiers on October 22, 1969 in Ghent, Belgium) is a Belgian popular singer and songwriter. He began his singing career with a visual and singing style in an obvious imitation of Elvis Presley, he changed direction of his music in 1995 with the first of what became a long series of “Helmut Lotti Goes Classic” albums, which proved to increase his popularity. Since 2000 he has also made successful recordings in traditional Latino, African and Russian-style music.
Helmut Lotti sings fluently in Flemish, English, French, German, Russian, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, and Spanish. He has sold over 13 million albums worldwide and received over 80 platinum and 70 gold albums.
He does volunteer work as an ambassador for UNICEF. Lotti has vowed to take part in the 0110 concerts against racism and the extreme right, organized by Tom Barman.
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