Trio Iraquitã had its maximum in the ’50s, focusing on the bolero repertory with much mariachi impact, and became internationally famous before it had been popular in Brazil. The trio shaped in Natal (Rio Grande perform Norte) by Edinho (violão, or acoustic guitar), Paulo Gilvan (afoxê), and João Costa Neto (tantã) and became professional in 1950 in Recife’s Rádio Clube. After a tour through the north of Brazil, the trio adopted, in 1951, for the Guyana, also carrying out far away from the Caribbean and SOUTH USA, within the next yr. In 1953 toured Central America and remained in Mexico to get a yr, where performed intensively in it and nightclubs. For the reason that nation the trio participated in the film Llévame En Tus Brazos. In 1954 they came back to Brazil, settling in Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro), where they worked well in the Rádio Nacional, documented additional albums (their discography amounts up to 50 albums), continuing to execute, and participated in 15 movies, both performing and/or performing. After Edinho’s demise in 1965, he was changed by Toni. The trio was dissolved in 1970, however they teamed up once again in 1991.