Born on Sept 13, 1979, Lidia Avila lived her initial 3 years of years as a child in Chihuahua, Mexico, with her parents and six brothers. All getting musically and artistically willing, the Avila family members shortly relocated to the town, seeking better possibilities for the kids, who frequently sang and danced jointly for regional or family festivities. At age eight, Lidia started her formal research of music, having used a pastime in jazz and pop vocal methods. Her studies paid two years later on when she was presented with a chance to audition for Mexican youngsters pop group La Onda Vaselina, a music group that earned substantial acknowledgement and garnered Avila all of the presence she could need at such a age group. La Onda Vaselina documented six records collectively before disbanding after their last launch in 2000. Because of her pop tradition accessibility, she could segue into some light performing work, appearing around the telenovela Clap, amongst others. Though her performing career didn’t remove in a significant way, she continued to be in the general public vision, which eventually resulted in her putting your signature on with Sony International as well as the launch of her self-titled debut single record. Still quite definitely commensurate with her pop sensibilities and status, but with components of her even more musically traditional upbringing, the record was just marginally effective. Her following 2005 launch with the effective Fonovisa label, Así Como Me Ves, provided a similar mixture of affects, and achieved somewhat better visibility within the music market place. Todo Tiene Color adopted in 2007.