Lydia Salnikova

Lydia Salnikova

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Pop - Alternative | Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 989   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Born and raised in Russia, Lydia originally made her stand in the U.S. music scene as a lead vocalist and keyboardist for the GRAMMY-nominated band Bering Strait, which released 2 albums on Universal South Records and was featured in a "60 Minutes" episode, as well as a full-length documentary, "The Ballad Of Bering Strait". The band toured throughout the U.S., sharing the stage with such acts as Trisha Yearwood, Diamond Rio, Steve Azar, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Collin Raye, Wynonna, Phil Vassar, B-52s, Ricky Skaggs, Kenny Rogers, Kathy Mattea and Bela Fleck.

Eventually, Lydia left Bering Strait to pursue a solo career. Her first solo album "Hallway" scored her a nomination for a 2011 Hollywood Music in Media Award,
and her new album "Valentine Circle" is out now!

Lydia is also available for studio work, as a session vocalist, keyboard player and string arranger. Samples of her session work -

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Psyched about my recent feature in "M Music & Musicians" magazine - check it out!


Margie & Art Corey posted over 30 days ago to Lydia Salnikova

Dear Lydia, We recently heard about you as an artist thru a Mr. David James from the UK. My wife and I are songwriters/BMI and are interested in what you charge to sing on a demo song? Also noticed that you play piano on most of your tunes posted on Broad Jam! Really enjoy your vocals and choice of musical compositions!! If you are interested in possibly singing on one of tunes....please let us know!!
Margie & Art Corey/BMI

TonyRoberts2362524 posted over 30 days ago

Please free up some of your music so it can be enjoyed !

Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods posted over 30 days ago

Yesterday, I randomly picked "Still You Need Me". After that I started at the top and listened to them all. Your work is an evolution in music composition. It's like driving on a road you've never been on. Don't know what's around the next bend. Some of your chord changes just made me smile. And you consistently surprised me with where you take your melodies. Never where I thought they would go. It's not jazz, it's not pop. It's as if you've created your own genre. I hope the world is ready for you. kenney

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