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Babado Novo

Probably one of the most popular axé sets of Brazil, Babado Novo have a pop romântico method of the style and so are fronted from the charismatic and attractive vocalist Cláudia Leitte. Created in 2001 in Salvador, Bahia, Babado Novo are made up of Leitte (vocals), Sérgio Rocha (musical movie …

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Engenheiros Do Hawaii

The Engenheiros carry out Hawaii were formed in 1984 in Porto Alegre, RS, by guitarist/vocalist Humberto Gessinger (born in 1962, Porto Alegre), drummer Carlos Maltz (born in 1963, Porto Alegre), and bassist Marcelo Fagundes Pitz (born in 1963, Porto Alegre). Guitarist Carlos Stein (from Nenhum de Nós) became a member …

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Araci de Almeida

A most well-known artist of the Golden Age of Brazilian radio, Aracy de Almeida is renowned on her behalf interpretations of sambas, carnival music, and, specifically, of Noel Rosa’s function. Appointed once by the essential composer because the greatest interpreter of his compositions, she stocks this honor within the appreciation …

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Celso Adolfo

Celso Adolfo is really a composer who’s praised by critics and gaining increasing exposure. He continues to be documented by Milton Nascimento (who included Adolfo’s “Coração Brasileiro” in his Ânima and participated in Adolfo’s recording Brasil, Nome de Vegetal, interpreting the homonymous track and also created Adolfo’s debut recording Coração …

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Nana Caymmi

The little girl of singers Dorival Caymmi and Stella Maris (Adelaide Tostes Caymmi), Nana Caymmi is even so a recognised singer on her behalf own, as corroborated by her extensive discography and two gold records. Also a composer, she’s been documented by giants such as for example Milton Nascimento. Nana …

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Cláudio Nucci

A celebrated composer who has already established his tunes recorded by functions like César Camargo Mariano, Nana Caymmi, and Roupa Nova. He relocated to Rio de Janeiro in his teenagers, becoming a member of group Semente. In 1978, he created probably one of the most effective instrumental/vocal sets of Brazil, …

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Zé Rodrix

Probably one of the most important proponents from the rock-rural design, Zé Rodrix may be the author of “Casa zero Campo,” recorded with achievement by Elis Regina. He also participated within the historical III FMPB (Television Record’s Event of Brazilian Popular Music) associated Edu Lobo, the Quarteto Novo, and Marília …

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Bruno & Marrone

Brazilian sertaneja duo Bruno & Marrone have been performing for a good decade before their work was known on a big scale. Bruno was created Vinicius Felix de Miranda in 1969, the kid of the business guy in Goiânia. He previously played pubs and parties single for a decade before …

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Inezita Barroso

Mixed up in artistic picture since 1950, Inezita Barroso continues to be extremely popular today. A fighter for the reason for “caipira” (hillbilly) music, she’s documented over 80 albums plus some memorable classics. Since 1980, she’s hosted the countrywide display Viola, Minha Viola for Television Cultura (São Paulo), where she …

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RPM

RPM was perhaps one of the most important groupings in Brazilian pop/rock and roll from the ’80s. In 1983, bassist/vocalist/composer Paulo Ricardo (Paulo Ricardo Oliveira Nery de Medeiros, Rio de Janeiro RJ, b. 1962) joined up with Luiz Schiavon (Luís Antônio Schiavon Pereira, São Paulo SP, b. 1958), a pal …

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