Rugiaveidė is the stage name of the folk singer and archaeologist Daiva Urbanavičiūtė-Steponavičienė (Eng. - Lyme Grass), which refers to grass growing through the stone. The musical-poetic tradition preserved throughout centuries blossoms in her music like a tenacious plant breaking through the paving in the city. During the ten years of her musical career, Rugiaveidė has recorded several successful albums where her gentle voice is wrapped in contemporary pop arrangements. The singer's most recent project, Kalėdų rytą saulė pražydo (The Sun Came into Bloom on Christmas Morning, 2006), is the album of winter holiday songs recorded with the group she founded in 1994, Sedula.
Sun Has Bloomed on the Christmas Morning - A Pear-Tree grows in the Midst of the Field, Kalėda
Sun Has Bloomed on the Christmas Morning - Sodai, sodai, leliumai
Sun Has Bloomed on the Christmas Morning - Christmas Comes