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Belgian singer and song writer Helmut Lotigiers or better known as Helmut Lotti was born in St. Amandsberg, Belgium on October 22, 1969. Lottis major influence was the American Pop King Elvis Presley, whom he tries to impersonate in all of his performances.
Lotti in known, in the international pop music scenario, for interpreting several classic hits and Elvis Presley hits along with his original songs. Initially Lotti was known as his stage name Kevin Leach that he used for quite sometime.
In the early 1990s Lotti emerged from the Flemish music scene, however he achieved the heights of fame and much bigger fan base in 1993, after he released his album entitled Memories, which later officially received platinum status.
Memories featured the Flemish hits interpreted in English Language. Lotti performed only two original songs in his next album titled Just for you.
Lotti received his international stardom after he released his live album Helmut Lotti Goes Classic, which was recorded live in Antwerp in September of 1995. The success of the album was immediate, as after on three months from its release, the album sold well over half a million copies in Belgium only.
18 classical hits that were sung in his signature style were featured on this live album. As Lottis fame rose after the release of his live album, he was seen performing on several sold out live performances across the globe.
After almost two years later, in April 1997, Lotti was also awarded with a trophy for Best Selling Benelux Artist at the WMA (World Music Awards). Later that year in December, Lotti joined forces with Sarah Brightman, Placido Domingo and Riccardo Cocciante and was seen performing at Christmas in Vienna that was broadcasted on several TV Channels across the globe.
Following his performances at Christmas in Vienna he was seen performing in more than 100 international concerts annually in several countries including Finland, America, South Africa, Canada and Mexico.
Lotti has firm grip on eight languages apart from his mother tongue and can comfortably sing in Hebrew, Russian, Italian, Latin, French, English, German and Spanish.
As far as Lottis personal life is concerned, he was married to Kimberly Grosman on June 19, 1990, and had baby daughter, Messalina, the following year in October. Lotti also flaunted his love for her in one of his original song titled My Love will Never Die.
Lottis first marriage with Kimberly saw its end, as the couple separated in early 1998 and later on got a divorce the following year. He remarried on February 16, 2001 with Carol Jane Poe and lived with her in a house that they built in Merelbeke.
Every year, due to Malnutrition, more than 9.7 million children die, more than half of which live in Africa. The main cause of childrens death in the continent of Africa is due to Malnutrition.
Hence UNICEF Belgium has initiated a campaign called Save Four Million babies in which they provide special attention to the babies in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone and Burundi. This year Lotti also traveled with UNICEF to Burundi in early September.