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Lydia Rodriguez Fernandez (aka Lydia) is a platinum-selling Spanish pop vocalist, songwriter, and frontwoman for Presuntos Implicados. She started employed in professional circles when she was hardly an adolescent, and released her self-titled debut recording at age group 16 for WEA Latina. She devoted the solitary “Un Tacto de Su Piel” to her motivation and countryman Alejandro Sanz, as well as the recording became popular. It proceeded to go platinum, producing her an immediately sensation. In every, she released five singles from your recording. Her second full-length, Cien Veces al Día, was released in 1998. It presented the title monitor like a lead solitary — the to begin four — and proceeded to go gold. A 12 months later on, she performed “Cien Veces al Dia” in the Eurovision competition, as well as the recording was reissued in a particular edition. Over another many years, she continuing to seem on tv, tour infrequently, and launch singles, including a noteworthy cover from the Beatles’ “Over the World,” which became the business lead solitary for her last single record, Si Zero Me Pides la Vida, in 2002. The name cut was released like a duet with Nacho Campillo. That same 12 months she also sang with Spanish metallic group Mäproceed de Oz around the documenting of their rock and roll opera Jesús de Chamberí. In 2006 she sat along with aged friends, Spanish rock and roll and pop group Presuntos Implicados, to fill up a gap remaining by vocalist Single Giménez, who’d remaining the music group after twenty years. Although the majority of her 2007 was adopted like a cast person in the touring Jesus Christ Superstar, Lydia rehearsed with Presuntos Implicados sometimes and in 2008, became the group’s long term lead vocalist.

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