Given birth to in 1953 in Dorno, Italy (a city south of Milan), by an early on age the young man who would later on become Ron, Rosalino Cellamare, showed a pastime in performing, and soon began taking vocal lessons and taking part in community festivals and contests. In 1970, of them costing only 16, the youthful artist produced his debut in the annual San Remo Event with Nada, as well as the duo positioned seventh making use of their track “P? Diglielo a M? .” 2 yrs later, a bit he published, “Piazza Grande,” was performed in the event by Lucio Dalla, which same 12 months his debut full-length, Il Bosco degli Amanti, premiered beneath the name Rosalino Cellamare. For his following two information, Dal Nostro Livello (1972) and Esperienza (1975), he utilized solely his provided first name, however in 1980, after having used a rest from music to explore performing, the singer released his first disk beneath the name with which he’d become popular. Una Citt? per Cantare became among Ron’s most much loved and popular albums, as well as the years that implemented saw an especially prolific release timetable, and included 1985’s Ron and 1992’s Le Foglie e il Vento. In 1996 Ron attained his first-ever success at San Remo, using the tune “Vorrei Incontrarti Fra Cent’Anni,” and in 2000, Italian tv route Rai celebrated the vocalist/songwriter and producer’s 30 years in music by arranging and broadcasting a concert, known as Una Citt? per Cantare, where Ron sang with fellow performers like Gianni Morandi, Jackson Browne, and Lucio Dalla. In 2002 Ron continued tour with Italian superstars Pino Daniele, Francesco de Gregori, and Fiorella Mannoia, and 2 yrs afterwards released Le Voci del Mondo. In 2005 the task Ma Quando Dici Amore, where Ron sang with performers like Anggun, Carmen Consoli, Raf, Luca Carboni, and Loredana Berté, amongst others, to raise cash for Lou Gehrig’s Disease, arrived. Though the record was initially marketed just at newsstands in cooperation with La Corriere della Sera, it had been reissued the next season as Ma Quando Dici Amore: Sanremo 2006, and included extra performances not on the first edition.