(? - living) Canada
Lorraine was born at Hamilton, Ontario. She is the co-founder and lead singer of the Parachute Club (Rise Up; Dancing at the Feet of the Moon) a band formed in Toronto in 1983.
The band consisted of Lorraine Segato on vocals and guitar, Lauri Conger on keyboards and vocals, Billy Bryans on drums, Margo Davidson on saxophone and vocals, Julie Masi on percussion and vocals, Steve Webster on bass and Dave Gray on guitar.
Their first album was produced by Daniel Lanois. The song Rise Up from that album won a Canadian Juno Award for Single of the Year. After that group broke up, Segato released a solo album, Phoenix, in 1990.