Alejandro Fernández Pérez de Lema, known as Xandro Leima, was born in Murcia.
(Spain) Xandro started his professional career in 1995 as part of the duo “Romanze”
(1995) He was part of this duo for about 6 years. They recorded an album called
“Amándote”. In 1997 “Romanze” participated in the XXX Edition of the Benidorm
From 2002 to 2004 Xandro was part of the prestigious orchestra “Britannia”.
They performed at approximately 200 gala´s throughout Spain.
In 2004 he signed a contract with Ruffity Records and recorded as Xandro Leima his
first solo album “Cerca de ti”. An album with original songs.
In 2005 Xandro started recording his second album “Jamas es Tarde”, this time
directed and realized by the prestigious producer and composer Chema Purón.
In late 2007 he recorded in Miami his most recent album “Desesperadamente”.
An album with beautiful songs, full of love and feelings. An album produced by Jose
Luis Morin (winner of three grammys) and Mariano Ruffity. The following talented
musicians and composers worked on the production of this album: Juan Carlos Perez
Soto, Salo Loyo (musician and producer of Luis Miguel), Elio Tores (musician,
arranged music for Ricardo Montaner) Jorge Luis Sosa (among others musician of
Chayanne), Ricardo Martinez Lee Levin, Richard Bravo and among some others
producer Jose Luis Morin was the author of some of the songs of this album.
In the summer of 2008 Xandro visited Holland for the first time and tried to gain
ground outside Spain. During his first visit he did several interviews for dutch
radiostations. In September 2008 he was support-act for Belle Perez which turned
out to be a big success.
In the year 2009 Xandro started preparing himself for his introduction onto the
European market. He is searching for new songs for his next album, an album that
will be more pointed to the European market.
In the meantime, on July 31 2009, Xandro participated in the prestigious "Festival de
Candelaria" on Tenerife. (www.festivaldecandelaria.com)
150 songs participated and eventually 10 artists went to the final. Artists from the
Canary Islands won the first and second price, Xandro won the third price.
Another aspect of Xandro Leima is his work as composer of music and lyrics of some
of his songs like “Quien mas que tu"” of the album "Desesperadamente".
Recently he composed for other artists, for the Dutch singer Jody Bernal he wrote
the lyrics of "Dame tu veneno".
Xandro moved temporarily from Spain to Holland in order to work together with a
team of dutch producers on his new album (that will be released in 2011) and also
to be contracted for concerts in Europe.