Mercedes Trujillo Callealta (Merche)

(born in Cádiz, Spain). Singer, songwriter and producer. In 2001, she participated with Spain in the pre-selection of Eurovision Song Contest with the song, No Pidas Mas Amor, under the name of Luna. She finished in sixth place, but signed with Vale Music and recorded her first album Mi Sueño. Her single No Pidas Mas Amor was a national hit in Spain, with TV appearances supporting the single and album, and was also the title track of the Spanish version of Big Brother. In 2002 and 2003, Merche toured with her first album, in the Mi Sueño Tour, where she sang all songs from the album and two covers of other artists, Alaska's A Quien Le Importa and Ray Heredia's Alegria de Vivir. In 2004 presented her second album Auténtica and in October 2005 she published her third album, Necesito libertad recorded in Maxximusic of Miami Studios between June and August 2005. Throughout 2006 the singer presented this third album throughout Spain, After a few months of rest, Merche prepared her fourth album under the title "Cal y arena". In December 2007, at the Teatro Calderón in Madrid, began the tour of Spain and in 2009 she began a promotional tour in Latin America and the United States. "Acordes de mi diario" (2010) was the title of their fifth album. This album marked a change in her career and in her style. Her last work, entitled Un mundo de colores, was recorded in 2012.
Selected works: Mi sueño 2002; Auténtica 2004; Necesito libertad 2005; Cal y arena 2007; Acordes de mi diario 2010; Un mundo de colores 2012.
Awards: In March of 2013, Merche received the Cadena Dial Award.