Tony Campelo was among the 1st celebrities of Brazilian rock and roll in the first ’50s. He previously considerable achievement, having co-hosted a Television show along with his sister Celly Campelo and participated in the historical Jovem Guarda Television show. He continuing to record like a vocalist while creating a profession in creation. He released performers such as for example Sérgio Reis, Deny e Dino, and Silvinha. His biggest strikes as a vocalist had been “Canário” (Norman Luboff/Marilyn Keith/Alan Berman), “Boogie perform Bebê” (J. Parker/Relin, both variations by Fred Jorge), and “Pertinho perform Mar” (Sílvio Pereira de Araújo). His participation in music started using the dance rings of his hometown, Taubaté SP. In the ’50s he joined up with Mário Gennari Filho’s group, adding to his recordings. In 1957 his sister, Celly Campelo, was employed by Odeon, and within the next season they documented their initial one, with Celly executing “Attractive Boy” and Tony “Forgive Me” (both by Odeon’s movie director Mário Gennari Filho and Celeste Novais). Celly’s nationwide strike “Estúpido Cupido” (1959) resulted in her own Television show at São Paulo’s Television Record, Crush em Hi-Fi, co-hosted by Campelo. The display was seminal in the introduction of Brazilian rock and roll. In the same season Campelo released his initial LP, Tony Campelo (Odeon). He acted in the movies Jeca Tatu in 1959 and Zé perform Periquito (aimed by Mazzaropi) in 1960. In 1961 and 1962 he earned the Chico Viola trophy. In July 1962, the limited marketplace for rock and roll music in Brazil persuaded several artists to create intimate music, and Campelo was one of these, recording Italian tracks for the record Não Te Esqueças de Mim. In 1963 and 1964 he toured Peru and Paraguay. In 1964 he previously successful with “Uma Lágrima no Rosto,” an version by Fred Jorge of “Una Lacrima Sul Viso” (Bobby Single). Within the next season he began functioning as a manufacturer. This is the same season the historical Jovem Guarda Television show premiered, and Campelo participated in it from its inception. In 1966, he created the duo Deny e Dino, Suzy Darlen, and the near future sertanejo idol Sérgio Reis, who began being a Jovem Guarda musician, but maintained Campelo as manufacturer for a lot more than 25 years. In the ’90s Campelo created several albums with the Jet Blacks.