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At the 29.April 1965 born in Minas Gerais (South-East of Brazil)Ten years school-education. Already as a little boy interested in music. In the age of 13 he got a guitar from his mother. As an autodidact he could play guitar and keyboard easily.With 14 years he started to compose and write songs already. After finishing school he worked for 5 years as a precious stone cutter, 5 years as a conductor and 2 years as a carpenter, but music always was the determinating power of his life. From 1996 he was the bandleader of "GV Brazil" in Minas Gerais. With his band he was successful for years: his band played before "Cidade Negra" in Valadares, (40.000 people), many TV-performances and interviews in the Brasilian TV Successful participation at Brasilian festivals Since 1998 he is working as a soloist to show his own compositions 1999 Brasilians Media praised him as a promising up-and-coming composer, singer and songwriter Performance 1999 at the "Valadares Jazz Festival" June 2000 he came to Berlin and produced his first CD Performances as a soloist in different Berlin centres of culture. He performed in Berlin before the well-known Brasilian music-group "Olodum". In April 2002 Interview with live-performance in Radio Multi-Kulti Participation at the benefit-concert "Die Flut" at the open-air-stage in Weissensee at 29.August 2002 (circ. 3000 people) In January 2003 performances with his new founded band at the "Uckermärkischen Bühnen" in Schwedt ...will be continued...
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dee Brown's / A Little Elbowroom / on Nu Groove Records
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The Jazz Network is exactly what the title suggests, a place where you get to mix and mingle with those who have not only an appreciation for Jazz but a forum to hear new up and coming artists as well. I've hooked up with so many of my old friends that I've lost contact with over the years here and it's been a great place to meet folk, appreciate good music and Musicianship. What an incredible idea!!
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