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Arrigo Barnabé

Among the first & most talented proponents from the Vanguarda Paulistana motion (urban classically trained music artists of the town of São Paulo who also added erudite experimentations to pop music), Arrigo Barnabé can be an internationally awarded composer/arranger with an expressive contribution to Brazilian music. He analyzed at the …

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Salvador Adams

Two brilliant guitarists from the town of Santiago de Cuba, Salvador Adams and Miguel Matamoros, were years as a child friends aswell as lifelong music associates. This facet of an Adams family members in Cuban music dates back to at least the first Roaring Twenties as well as the beginnings …

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Eddie Platt

In 1999, Eddie Platt was 89 years of age and young in mind.The saxophonist, who hit with “Tequila” in 1958, was set to marry, and he was enjoying his new recognition using the film The Iron Large, which featured his recording “Cha-Hua-Hua.” Delivered Eddie Platakis, Dec 8, 1921 in Cleveland, …

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Jumbo

Mexican pop/rock music group Jumbo was shaped in March 1997 by ex-Blueswagen keyboardist Eddie González and bassist Charly Pornet. These were became a member of by guitarist Jorge Tamez Chapa (aka Turn Fantastic) vocalist/guitarist Alejandro Clemente Castillo, and drummer Enrique González Peláez (aka Pests Wako). After documenting a few primary …

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Massimo Raciti

Italian singer/songwriter Massimo Raciti started taking piano classes in 1994. Furthermore, Raciti begun to play electric guitar and improve his performing abilities. In 1997, the talented youthful musician became a composer, producing his debut with “Sogno D’Estale” at Castrocaro’s Celebration. Raciti emerged in third place after taking part in a …

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Conjunto Atlântico

The choro group Conjunto Atlântico, perhaps one of the most important ever formed in the town of São Paulo, was created in the ’50s out of informal rodas de choro (choro get-togethers) realized at guitarist Antônio D’Auria’s house. As most from the music artists were industrial employees and not specialists, …

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Carramona

Carramona is among the essential numbers of choro in the belle époque. Like a young man, he became a member of the band from the Meninos Desvalidos, in the Carioca community of Vila Isabel. Impressed by his overall performance, the Princess Isabel demanded he become taken to her existence. Learning …

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Manuel Jimenez

Dominican singer/songwriter Manuel Jiménez (given birth to Manuel de Jesus Jiménez Ortega) began attending guitar and flute classes in 1977, making his live debut in 1985. Introduced as “Un Niño de la Bachata,” in mention of the Dominican folk design, Manuel Jiménez documented La Morena, an recording internationally released in …

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Samantha Navarro

Uruguayan singer/songwriter Samantha Navarro started composing at an extremely early age, taking guitar classes immediately after. Mainly inspired by her dad, musician Mario Navarro, and by 1970s really difficult rock, the musician decided to try the local picture in the first ’90s, earning a Montevideo’s Celebration in the group of …

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Huevo Duro

Argentinean threesome Huevo Duro was shaped in the past due ’90s by guitarist Gabriel Vidal, bassist Luis Cernello, and drummer Matías Novelle. Influenced from the 1970s rock and roll scene, the music group documented in 1998 at their personal studio, named Un Cigarro, an recording known as Abre Tu Mente, …

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