Lydia (singer)

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Birth name Lydia Rodríguez Fernández
Born (1980-01-15) 15 January 1980 (age 35)
Origin Spain Madrid, Spain
Genres Pop, rock
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Voice
Years active 1996-present
Labels Warner Music
Associated acts Susperia

Lydia Rodríguez Fernández (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈliðja]; born 1980 in Madrid), better known as Lydia, is a Spanish pop singer.


When Lydia was 16 years old, she released her first album, Lydia, which went platinum in Spain. She became famous after dedicating a song to her musical idol Alejandro Sanz. In 1998 she released her second album, that became gold in Spain. In 1999 she represented Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest[1] with the song "No quiero escuchar" (I don't want to listen), finishing last with one point. Her colorful dress, designed by Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada, attracted much attention and criticiscm from the Spanish media and spectators. In 2002 she released her last album as solo singer. In 2007, she starred in the musical Jesus Christ Superstar in several Spanish cities and other projects. In 2008, she replaced Sole Giménez as singer for the Spanish multi-platinum band Presuntos Implicados.[1] The first album that she released with this band, Será (It will be), was nominated for the Latin Grammy Awards 2009.


With Presuntos Implicados[edit]


  • 2008 Será
  • 2011 Banda Sonora


  • 2008 Tu cómo estás
  • 2008 ¿A dónde voy?
  • 2011 Vuelvo a pensar en ti

Solo studio albums[edit]

  • 1996 Lydia (x1 Platinum)
  • 1998 Cien veces al día (x1 Gold)
  • 1999 Cien veces al día, Edición Eurovisión (Eurovision Edition)
  • 2002 Si no me pides la vida


  • 1999 Lydia: el tacto de tu piel y otros grandes éxitos (Greatest Hits)
  • 2002 Discografía básica (Discography Box)
  • 2003 Lydia: grandes éxitos (Best of)

Solo singles[edit]

  • 1996 De la amistad al amor
  • 1996 Fueron buenos tiempos
  • 1996 El tacto de tu piel
  • 1996 No sé si es amor
  • 1997 Sin ti no puedo
  • 1998 No sé vivir sin ti
  • 1998 Cien veces al día
  • 1998 Aún no quiero enamorarme
  • 1998 Pienso en tí
  • 1999 No quiero escuchar (Eurovision)
  • 2001 Across the universe
  • 2002 Esta vez no caeré
  • 2002 A través de mi ventana
  • 2002 Ansiedad
  • 2002 Si no me pides la vida (with Nacho Campillo)


  1. ^ a b "Una eurovisiva sustituye a Sole en Presuntos Implicados". El País (in Spanish). 17 June 2008. Retrieved 26 May 2010. 
Preceded by
Mikel Herzog
with "¿Qué voy a hacer sin ti?"
Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Serafín Zubiri
with "Colgado de un sueño"