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Lydia Denker is an Australian-based pop singer-songwriter. She was born on 25 December, 1982 in Germany. She is 38 years old. Denker has released two studio albums, "Lydia Denker" (2006) and "The Way I Feel" (2009). She has also released several singles, including "Love Me Now" (2006), "The Way I Feel" (2009), and "I'm Not Alone" (2010). Denker has toured extensively throughout Australia, Europe, and the United States. She has performed at festivals such as the Big Day Out, Splendour in the Grass, and the Falls Festival. Denker has been nominated for several awards, including the ARIA Music Awards, the APRA Music Awards, and the MTV Australia Awards. Denker's net worth is estimated to be around $1 million. She has earned her wealth through her music career.

Popular As Lydia Norma Denker
Occupation Singer-songwriter, photographer
Age 41 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 25 December, 1982
Birthday 25 December
Birthplace Germany
Nationality Germany

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Lydia Denker Net Worth

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In 2012 Denker released her debut extended play, Voices, along with the related single, "Voices (In Your Head)". In 2013 it was re-released in a remixed (by DJ Argonaut) form.


In August 2006 Denker made the top 24 of the fourth season of Australian Idol, but did not advance to the top 12. She was eliminated on "Episode 10: Semi Finals: Group 3 Verdict & Group 4 Perform", where she performed a cover version of "One Moment in Time" – originally by Whitney Houston.


Her second single, "One Perfect Day", followed in February 2004, which reached No. 35. It also peaked at No. 7 on the related ARIA Australasian Artists Singles Chart. "One Perfect Day" was the title single from the soundtrack of the film of the same name (February 2004). The single was written by David Hobson and Phil Buckle and includes remixes by Radio Slave and dance music DJ-producer, Josh Abrahams.


Denker released her first single, "Real to Me" in October 2000, but it did not reach the ARIA Singles Chart top 50. It was co-written by Alex Farrugia, John Anthony Cocivera, Merril Bainbridge, and Owen Bolwell. "Real to Me (Barcelona groove remix)" appeared on the various artists compilation album, Big Brother – The Album: Music Inspired By (June 2001).


Lydia Norma Denker (born 25 December 1980, Germany) is an Australian-based pop singer-songwriter. Her second single, "One Perfect Day", was released in 2004, which peaked at No. 35 on the ARIA Singles Chart. In August 2006 Denker made the top 24 of the fourth season of Australian Idol, but did not advance to the top 12.

Lydia Norma Denker was born in December 1980 in Germany and grew up in the town of Niedermittlau, Hesse. Her parents are Joseph and Jutta Denker, and she has a sister. When Denker was eight, her family moved to Melbourne. At the age of sixteen she signed with BMG's Gotham Records after Ross Fraser and Siew Ooi saw her performance at the Midnight Revue Show, Crown Casino.