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Sita is the first candidate of the Starmaker project and the band K-Otic who has gone solo.
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Sita Vermeulen   zang

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Jonas Filtenborg   drums
Tony Cornelissen   gitaar

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1999   Tjeerd Oosterhuis
2001   K-otic
2001   Marco Borsato
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Biography Sita

Sita is the first candidate of the Starmaker project and the band K-Otic who has gone solo.


Sita joins the Starmaker project which spawns the band K-Otic. Sita leaves the band to embark on a solo career.



Her first solo gig is on January 8, 2002 in the Arena Sleep Inn in Amsterdam. This month also sees the release of her debut album Happy, which was recorded in Sweden under the supervision of producers Douglas Carr and Ulric Johansson. Sita is designated a priority act for Zomba. Her album will be released in 21 European countries. With Dutch singer Marco Borsato she records the song 'Lopen Over Water' ('Walking on Water'), which is chosen the official song for the marriage Dutch crown prince Willem-Alexander and his fiancée Máxima. Also, she is selected for the next promotion campaign in Germany under the musicXport.nl umbrella. At the TMF Awards she wins three awards (Best singer, single and video).

Marco Borsato


At the international contest Eurobest (featuring former contenders of Starmaker and Staracademy) on March 25 Sita ends up last but one. The Spanish contender wins the competition.


The track Chemin by Kyo & Sita is awarded Best French-language Song of the Year (2003) by leading radio station NRJ. On January 24 she picks up the Award at the MIDEM music conference in Cannes. Sita becomes the face of the Dutch version of Italy's Popstar Magazine. At her domestic theatre tour Sita performs songs from her second album, added by some French-language songs she has cut with Kyo. That winning combination is also featured on L'Envers Du Décor, her sampler especially released for the French market in March. Dance The Night Away is the theme song of children's soap ZOOP on Nickelodeon.


Together with Co Rowald Sita hosts the Saturday show The Max on children's TV net Jetix. The theme song, sung by Sita and featuring Co on saxophone, becomes a chart hit. Sita also contributes two songs to the blockbuster movie De Kameleon 2, premiered in July. In December Sita is involved in the Sinterklaas ('Santa' the Dutch way) tour across the nation. All proceeds of the Christmas single Because We Care featuring Sita go to Unicef.


Sita's voice is featured on the Dutch overdubs of animation film Ice Age 2, premiered on March 29.


In March Sita wins Stars Dancing On Ice. She receives 54 percent of the viewers votes.


Sita is the voice of Gloria in the Dutch version of the animation film Sunshine Barry & De Discowormen. She and rapper Yes-R also record the title track Als De Nacht Valt (When The Night Comes). The single is especially written and produced for the film by Spikey Spike (Jeroen Russchen) and Edwin de Groot.


Discography Sita

In the discography you will find all recordings that have been released listed chronologically. We restrict ourselves to the title, the type of audio, year of publication or recording, label, list of guest musicians, plus any comments on the issue.

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Sita - Jerk
Sita - Jerk
Sita - Come With Me
Sita - Come With Me
Sita - Dance the night away
Sita - Dance the night away
Sita - Happy
Sita - Happy
Sita - Selfish
Sita - Selfish
Sita en Dean - Something ...
Sita en Dean - Something that I Want - Rapunzel
Sita en Dean - Wouldn't ...
Sita en Dean -  Wouldn't Change A Thing
Sita's nieuwe clip: Deter...
Sita's nieuwe clip: Determinate uit Lemonade Mouth!
Yes-R & Sita - Als de nac...
Yes-R & Sita - Als de nacht valt
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