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Jessé

Having recorded 12 albums and becoming awarded in country wide and international festivals, Jessé was impeded by his precocious demise of achieving an increased stature in Brazilian popular music. Beginning his artistic profession in São Paulo like a crooner, Jessé also became a vocalist in groups such as for example Placa Luminosa, with which he performed at balls around Brazil. His big break was with “Porto Solidão” (Zeca Bahia/Ginko), that he was granted as Greatest Interpreter from the MPB Shell Event (Television Globo, 1980). In 1983, he was granted as Greatest Interpreter, Best Set up, and Best Music in the XII OTI Event in Washington, D.C., with “Estrelas de Papel” (with Elifas Andreato).

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