Songwriter and country singer, Lydia Waldrop, is fifteen years old and is from Memphis, Tennessee. She made her stage debut at age nine. Lydia has traveled with her band all over West Tennessee and North Mississippi performing as a female vocalist since age 12. Lydia plays the keyboard.
Lydia writes her own music both country and gospel. She realizes that writing is a process and utilizes observations of the world around her as inspiration, letting the songs come to her from life experiences. Lydia is currently working on her first CD at Red Ridge Entertainment in Nashville, TN. Her CD should be released shortly.
In 2015 and 2016, Lydia was selected as a rising star of Germantown, Tennessee and won second place at the Delta Fair senior division (age 13 to 28) music competition in Memphis, Tennessee and made the finals for the Mid-South Fair. Lydia was selected as a member of the All West Tennessee Choir as second soprano for 2014, 2015 and 2016. She has also performed at the FedEx Forum Memphis Grizzlies, GPAC, Memphis Red Birds, Germantown Charity Horse Show as well as numerous other venues.
Lydia Waldrop is small town girl from Collierville, Tennessee. She has been singing since the of age nine. Paul Richard heard her one day and told her parents to enroll her in professional voice lessons.
Since that time, Lydia has been singing ever since and made her debut at age nine on ABC 24 News in Nashville. Lydia has performed all over West Tennessee singing as a female solo vocalist, as well as with her band.
Lydia loves to share her gift of music and hopes to put a smile on the face of all who hear it.
At 14 years of age, Lydia hopes to follow her dream of music and with your support, this may come true in the not-too-distant future!
Be sure to check iTunes and Google Play for Lydia’s new songs.