Vânia Bastos is a privileged interpreter who appeared in the ’80s. She became an amateur vocalist in her teenagers, in cathedral choirs. She shifted to São Paulo in 1975 to review sociology, but Arrigo Barnabé’s effective show and record Clara Crocodilo (1980) transformed her brain. Barnabé’s Tubarõha sido Voadores (1983) verified her being a vocalist of immense opportunities. Besides being truly a chorus member in saving sessions and shows, she sang for various other names from the vanguarda paulista, like Itamar Assumpção. Her initial solo album emerged in 1986, Vânia Bastos. Having her albums made by her hubby, the honored Eduardo Gudin, from 1989 on, she’s documented Eduardo Gudin e Vânia Bastos (1989), Vânia Bastos (1990), Cantando Caetano (1992), Canta Mais (1994), Vânia Bastos & Cordas – Cançõha sido de Tom Jobim (1995), Diversõha sido Não Eletrônicas (1997), and Belas feras (1999).