A star in her own right, Lili Rocha has been performing since childhood. Wildly popular in Italy and Brazil, Lili sings in her native Portuguese, English, Spanish, and Italian, making her work versatile and easily understood by her diverse fan base.
Criolo, also known as Criolo Doido, was born Kleber Cavalcante Gomes in 1975 in Santa Amaro and raised in Graujú, São Paulo, Brasil. His latest album, Nó na Orelha is a masterpiece which clearly demonstrates all of Criolos musical influences and his gift for storytelling.
In this exclusive video conference with BrazilNYC, singer/composer Pedro Moraes talks about his latest album Claroescuro, the difference between the Brazilian and North American music scene, and his experience touring the US in the last 12 months.
On October 8, 2009, the legendary psychedelic Brazilian rock band Os Mutantes is returning to New York City for a single concert at Webster Hall.
The Brazilian-born Vanessa Falabella spent a great part of the 90’s singing in New York City clubs, struggling with the likes of Bebel Gilberto and the guitar player Pedro Baby on the alternative circuit, steadily building a fanbase the old fashion way.
Meet Bella Saona (Brazil) and Steve Narvaez (Ecuador), member of the electro pop band The Fire and The Reason.