LuLu Roman is famous for her side-splitting humor and jovial disposition.
People know LuLu as the most requested female cast member of the long running hit television series, “Hee Haw”. Many know her as the accomplished and celebrated songwriter; and as the singer who has been successfully making records for over 25 years.
In 1999, LuLu was inducted into the Country Gospel Music Hall of Fame. In 2002 Lulu’s 16th album, a collection of hits and favorites called “LuLu, Inspired” was nominated for a Dove award. In 2006, LuLu recorded the song “Orphan Girl” which is the title song of an “Americana” type recording project which features Gospel, Country and Rhythm & Blues. This almost biographical song has become her signature song and is enjoyed in concerts all over the United States. Her latest gospel project “Seven Times” has garnered an international hit song, “Do You Know How To Fly”, and is still being shared across the globe. It also features one of the last songs her precious friend Dottie Rambo wrote for her, “Move Upon Us”.
LuLu has just completed a new project entitled “At Last”. The album features 12 of her favorite standards and classics, such as “I Will Always Love You”, “Summertime”, “You Don’t Know Me”, “Til I Can Make It On My Own” and the title song, “At Last”. LuLu’s dear friends Dolly Parton, T. Graham Brown, Linda Davis and Georgette Jones also joined her on the album.
In addition to “Hee Haw”, LuLu has also been a guest star on such television programs as “The Love Boat” and “Touched By An Angel”. She is also an accomplished author. Her most recent work is a cookbook “Kitchen Komforts”.
Although she has been performing for over 40 years, she has no plans to rest or retire. LuLu continues to travel sharing her testimony, her humor and her music.