Nicolette Larson was born in Helena, Montana, United States. Her father's employment with the . Treasury Department necessitated frequent relocation for the family. She graduated from high school in Kansas City, Missouri, where she attended the University of Missouri for three semesters and worked at waitressing and office jobs before beginning to pursue the musical career she had dreamed of since singing along to the radio as a child. Nicolette reached No. 15 on Billboard's album chart aided by the hit single "Lotta Love", a Neil Young composition. Larson's "Lotta Love" hit on the Easy Listening/Adult Contemporary chart and went Top 10 Pop in February 1979, the same week the single off Comes a Time: "Four Strong Winds" a duet with an unbilled (on the single) Larson, debuted on the Hot 100 on its way to a No. 61 peak. Dancin' Jones" - "Back in My Arms".
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Nicolette Larson Fans. FAN PAGE Not an official page, just a fan page dedicated to Nicolette and her career. Not Now. About nicolette larson fans . Nicolette Larson Fans. 24 May at 12:24 ·. Nicolette's last studio album "Sleep, Baby, Sleep" was released 25 years ago today. e./ref pd cp 15 . ee all.