Origin: Montréal, Québec, 🇨🇦
Lorri Zimmerman [Lorraine Niedzielski] is a Canadian singer from Montréal. She started in the music industry in 1966 with a TV talent show called "The Like Young" and participated in an album the show released.
In 1968, Lorri joined up with famous Montreal garage-rockers The Munks. They performed as Sweet Loraine & The Munks for nearly a year before going their separate ways.
She soon joined up with Life, a psychedelic band on Polydor that had some chart success with single "Hands Of The Clock."
In 1969, the group disbanded and Zimmerman began making some demos for music publishers Chappell & Co. Ltd., which led to the recording of her only solo album for Crescent Street Records in 1971.
Crescent Street wound down and she signed with Sweet Plum, then went on to tour as a backing singer for Leonard Cohen before forming pop-rockers Toulouse in the mid-'70s and continuing to sing backing vocals for a variety of artists.