Olivia Lufkin

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Olivia Lufkin

Bilingual singer-songwriter add

Category: Music

Born in 1979.

Countries: United States (67%), Japan (33%)

Main connection: Inoran

Linked to: Oricon, Okinawa Actors' School, Avex Group




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Olivia Lufkin was born in 1979 add something


In 1982, she moved to San Diego, California back to Okinawa add something


In 1999 and 2000, Olivia would release six singles, all with a pop-rock sound add something


After a hiatus of more than a year, Olivia began to take control of her career, releasing her seventh single "Sea Me" on December 12, 2001 add something


Olivia's next single, "Into the Stars", was planned to be released in July 2002 with an album released at the end of the year add something


Then in 2004, she released her second album "The Lost Lolli" add something


This fashion line would continue until the summer of 2004 in which a line of clothes and items were released add something


After releasing "The Lost Lolli", Olivia went on an unofficial hiatus except for a performance at the "Halloween of the Living Dead" concert hosted by Hyde on October 30, 2005 add something


Olivia would continue to release "Nana"-related material throughout 2006 add something


She gained mainstream success in 2006 after creating songs for the fictional band "Trapnest" under the alias of "Olivia Inspi' Reira ", and the songs were used for the popular anime adaptation of "Nana" add something


During March 2006, it was announced that Olivia would once again be releasing music in the Japanese music industry add something


Following the success of these releases, Olivia's first US appearance was scheduled for the Asian entertainment convention Pacific Media Expo held in Los Angeles, California in October 2006 add something


Following the release of this mini album, Olivia held a live show on October 24, 2008 at Shibuya Womb in which over 600 fans attended add something


On December 30, 2008, Olivia participated in a duo showcase with Inoran in which she covered a few of his songs such as Owl's Tear and Monsoon Baby add something


They talked about their new collaboration single which was released on April 15, 2009 add something


Following this re-release of "Trinka Trinka", Olivia remained fairly quiet throughout early 2010 add something


It was announced that Olivia will give a concert for the visitors of the German Anime convention Connichi 2010 add something


Olivia talked about a new release, a Greatest Hits album which was released on October 13, 2010 add something


Olivia's latest live appearance was at UppCon 2011 and she is currently working on new music add something


In 2013, OLIVIA announced on her official Facebook page, Twitter and blog that she has a new official website add something


On October 14, 2013, Olivia posted and shared an entry on her blog and facebook page relaying that she and her husband are currently expecting their first child, a son named Atlas, due January 2014 add something


Their son, Atlas, was born in January 2014 add something