Lydia von Hof is an Indie, folk/pop singer/songwriter and pianist from Long Island, NY, currently living in Nashville.

Shes  performed as a soloist at Madison Square Garden at a New York Knicks halftime show, The Bitter End in NYC, and the Hard Rock Café in Boston. Besides singing pop, jazz, and originals, she is a classically trained pianist and has performed piano solos at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Shes also performed as a singer/pianist at New York City venues such as the Broadway Comedy Club, and The Duplex cabaret club, and performed with the New York Opera Exchange. Lydia is currently studying songwriting at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.

“Lady Kisses” is about being the one to ruin a relationship, more specifically a queer relationship. It’s about wanting the other person to move on for their sake, knowing they are worth more than what you gave to them, but while still reminiscing about them. The song was written by Lydia von Hof and recorded and co-produced with Jeff Toth.

Featured on episode 13 of Discover Her Music Podcast

Song: Lady Kisses

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