Melendi

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Melendi during a performance

Ramón Melendi Espinosa (born 21 January 1979 in Oviedo, Asturias) is a Spanish pop and rumba singer. He studied in the school, Leopoldo Alas "Clarín" with the Formula 1 pilot Fernando Alonso. He wrote a song for him called Magic Alonso.

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In 2003, Melendi made his first album Sin noticias de Holanda which had 12 songs. In December of the same year, he wrote two new songs, Asturias and Moratalá, which were very successful. In 2004, one of his songs, Con la luna llena, was chosen as the official song of a Spanish bicycling event called La vuelta ciclista España. One year later, he made his second single album Que el cielo espere sentao. He sold more than 200,000 copies of it. Some years later he made three more albums.

Melendi sings in concerts around Spain and South America.