(A vedette is the main female artist of a show derived from cabaret, revue, vaudeville, music hall or burlesque). Changed her name to Lidia Lamar .
Born in Buenos Aires at the end of the 1920s, with an innate artistic vocation, Lydia Scotty became a star at the age of only 18 as a classical and popular dancer.
After an air crash in Brazil, from which she was rescued by the Tabajaras Indians, she began to learn the indigenous songs and dance to their rhythms. Upon returning to civilization, he was accompanied by an anaconda and enjoyed popularity in Latin America and Europe.
She then made her fame throughout the Middle East and Europe. In the Persian capital she had the opportunity to meet the pianist, composer and arranger Mike Ribas , who hired her as a pianist and musical director of his well-known Latin Combo . With them she toured, first in Europe and then in Argentina. After the tour, she continued in the group in a long series of concerts that took them all throughout Latin America , the United States and Canada .
Her husband was the Argentine orchestra conductor Chano Scotty .