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Valery Meladze


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Valery Meladze was born on 23 June 1965 in Batumi, today’s Georgia. He finished piano classes at the musical school.
In 1983 he graduated from the Nikolaev shipbuilding institute, today’s Ukraine where his music career started in the ‘Aprel’ (April) band. Valery was soloist and his elder brother Konstantin played on keyboards and arranged music.

In 1989 Kim Breytburg invited Meladze brothers to the famous ‘Dialogue’ rock-band. Konstantin Meladze wrote several songs for the ‘Posredine mira’ (In the middle of the world) and ‘Osenniy krik yastreba’ (Autumn scream of the hawk) albums. Since that moment he is the only author of Valeriy’s songs.
‘Ne trevozh mne doushou, skripka’ (Do not disturb my sole, violin) song became the first hit of Valery Meladze, which also brought him ‘Musical Discovery of 1994’ award. ‘Sera’ song made him really famous; fans still love this song. The ‘Sera’ album appeared in 1995 and immediately became the best-seller.
In 1996 his second album called ‘Posleniy Romantik’ (Last romanticist) was released.
In March 1997 Valery was enough popular in Moscow to have two solo concerts at the ‘Olympijskiy’ arena, which was well-occupied.
In January 1998 the ‘Samba belogo motylka’ (Samba of the white moth) album was released. By the end of 1999 the ‘Vsio tak i bylo’ (All was like that) album appeared.

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