Leo Vilar had a distinguished profession as the first choice of the very most famous vocal/instrumental group Anjos carry out Inferno. He also uncovered Dorival Caymmi and various other performers from Bahia, because of his revolutionary path at Rádio Clube da Bahia. The kid of Italian immigrants, Vilar was an amateur vocalist when he was extremely youthful. In 1930, he documented “European union Dava Tudo” on the Columbia studios, being a check. Vilar was after that asked by Valdo Abreu to execute at rádio Mayrink Veiga, starting at that same evening. Abreu was also in charge of his stage name. Extremely successful, he continued to be at that radio until 1934. Along with his accompanist, the pianist Aluísio Silva Araújo, he was honored as the very best Duo in radio, within a competition promoted by paper A Hora. In 1932, he became a crooner of Benedito Lacerda’s local, Gente perform Morro, changing Moreira da Silva. He documented his first record in that calendar year for Columbia, with “Foi Bom” (Orlando Silva) and “Não Devo Amar” (Russo perform Pandeiro). Soon soon after, he documented his second record along with his great friend Noel Rosa. They sang the duet “Devo Esquecer” (Gilberto Martins) and Rosa soloed the various other aspect. With Arnaldo Amaral, he documented his third record, with “Se Passada a Hora” (Osvaldo Vasques). In 1934, along with his friend Gilberto Martins, he journeyed to Salvador BA, where they performed being a duo. After a difficult starting, Vilar was employed being a crooner from the orchestra from the Cassino dos Tenentes, dedicating himself compared to that work for 90 days. In 1936, aiming to break the habit of simply broadcasting information in Bahian radios, Martins and Vilar bought the Rádio Clube da Bahia, finding Dorival Caymmi, amongst others. In 1936, Vilar came back to Rio. Then made connection with the Anjos perform Inferno. While its previous movie director, Oto Borges, came back to his essential dedication like a standard bank clerk, he became the first choice of the group. Having great achievement after the documenting from the samba-canção “Bahia, oi, Bahia” (Vicente Paiva/Augusto Mesquita), the Anjos perform Inferno became probably one of the most essential vocal/instrumental sets of the period, documenting many strikes and developing a global status at Mexico’s after that biggest nightclub in Latin America, Un Pateo, where performed for four years. Following the dissolution of the group, in 1953, Vilar became the movie director of Magissom documenting company.