Brazilian musicians born in the year 1956

Here are 13 famous musicians from Brazil were born in 1956:

Fafá de Belém

Fafá de Belém (August 9, 1956 Belém-) a.k.a. Fafa de Belem, Maria de Fátima Moura Palha de Figueiredo or Maria de Fátima Palha de Figueiredo is a Brazilian singer and actor. She has one child, Mariana Mascarenhas.

Her albums include Ave Maria, Tanto Mar, , , , , , and O Canto Das Aguas. Genres related to her: Música popular brasileira, Fado and Pop music.

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Zizi Possi

Zizi Possi (March 28, 1956 São Paulo-) also known as Possi, Zizi or Maria Izildinha Possi is a Brazilian singer. She has one child, Luiza Possi.

Her discography includes: Valsa Brasileira, Sobre Todas as Coisas, Bossa, O Melhor De Dois, Millennium, Flor do mal, Puro prazer, Minha História - Zizi Possi and . Genres: Bossa nova and Música popular brasileira.

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Zé Renato

Zé Renato (April 1, 1956 Vitória, Espírito Santo-) a.k.a. Ze Renato or Jose Renato Botelho Moschkovich is a Brazilian singer, songwriter and guitarist.

His albums include Natural do Rio de Janeiro, Filosofia, , , and Forró Prás Crianças.

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Vânia Bastos

Vânia Bastos (May 13, 1956 Brazil-) also known as Vania Bastos is a Brazilian singer.

Her most important albums: , , , and .

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Fábio Caramuru

Fábio Caramuru (September 14, 1956 Brazil-) also known as Caramuru, Fábio is a Brazilian , .

His albums: Piano - Tom Jobim.

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Simone Saback

Simone Saback (February 25, 1956 Jacobina-) is a Brazilian , .

His related genres: Samba, Música popular brasileira, Blues and Jazz.

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Roger Moreira

Roger Moreira (September 12, 1956 São Paulo-) also known as Roger Rocha Moreira or Moreira, Roger Rocha is a Brazilian , .

His related genres: Rock and roll, Punk rock, Comedy rock and Brazilian rock.

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Luiz Avellar

Luiz Avellar (April 7, 1956 Rio de Janeiro-) also known as João Luiz de Avellar is a Brazilian film score composer and composer.

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Almir Sater

Almir Sater (November 14, 1956 Campo Grande-) also known as Almir Eduardo Melke Satter is a Brazilian film score composer and actor.

His albums: Ao vivo, Caminhos me levem, No Pantanal, Um violeiro toca, Instrumental, Instrumental Dois, Terra de Sonhos, Almir Sater, Doma and Rasta Bonito. Genres: Música sertaneja and Brazilian rock.

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Roberta Miranda

Roberta Miranda (September 28, 1956 Brazil-) also known as Maria Albuquerque Miranda or Miranda, Roberta is a Brazilian singer.

Her albums: , Millennium, Caminhos, Historias de Amor, Roberta Miranda - As 20 Mais, Volume 2, Volume 4, Acústico - Ao Vivo, Volume 7 and Senhora Raiz. Genres related to her: Música sertaneja.

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Celso Fonseca

Celso Fonseca (November 15, 1956 Rio de Janeiro-) a.k.a. Fonseca, Celso is a Brazilian musician, singer and composer.

His discography includes: Natural, , , , Polaroides, Paradiso and Juventude / Slow Motion Bossa Nova.

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Oswaldo Montenegro

Oswaldo Montenegro (March 15, 1956 Rio de Janeiro-) also known as Osvaldo Montenegro or Montenegro, Oswaldo is a Brazilian , .

His albums: Entre uma balada e um blues, Ao Vivo, Millenium, Vida De Artista, Letras Brasileiras, Seu Francisco, Léo e Bia 1973: Trilha completa do musical, A dança dos signos, ao vivo: 25 anos (disco 2) and ao vivo: 25 anos (disco 1).

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Leo Gandelman

Leo Gandelman (August 10, 1956 Rio de Janeiro-) a.k.a. Léo Gandelman, Léonardo Gandelman or Leonardo Gandelman is a Brazilian film score composer, musician and composer.

His discography includes: Ao Vivo, Pérolas Negras, Sem limite, Brazilian Soul, Bossa Rara, Personalidade, Leo Gandelman, Garrincha - Estrela Solitaria, and .

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