Brazilian musicians born in the year 1960

Here are 10 famous musicians from Brazil were born in 1960:

Tony Bellotto

Tony Bellotto (June 30, 1960 São Paulo-) also known as Tony or Antonio Carlos Liberalli Bellotto is a Brazilian writer, songwriter, composer and musician. His children are called Nina Bellotto, João Mäder Bellotto and Tony Mäder Bellotto.

Genres he performed include Rock music.

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Arnaldo Antunes

Arnaldo Antunes (September 2, 1960 São Paulo-) also known as Arnaldo Augusto Nora Antunes Filho is a Brazilian writer, record producer, songwriter, composer, singer and film score composer. He has four children, Rosa Antunes, Celeste Antunes, Tomé Antunes and Brás Antunes.

His discography includes: Qualquer, Ninguem, O Silêncio, Saiba, Um Som, O Essencial de Arnaldo Antunes, Paradeiro, Ao vivo no estúdio, O Corpo and Pequeno Cidadão. Genres he performed: Rock music, Punk rock, Post-punk, Alternative rock, Experimental rock, Avant-garde, Avant-garde music, Brazilian rock, Pop rock and Música popular brasileira.

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Heitor Pereira

Heitor Pereira (November 29, 1960 Rio Grande-) also known as Heitor Teixeira Pereira, Heitor TP, Simply Red or Heitor is a Brazilian guitarist, film score composer, musician and actor.

His albums: Heitor TP, Untold Stories, Heitor TP, The Holiday, The Smurfs 2: Original Motion Picture Score and . Genres: Film score.

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Renato Russo

Renato Russo (March 27, 1960 Rio de Janeiro-October 11, 1996 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Renato Russo-Presente, Renatto Russo, Russo, Renato, Renato Manfredini, Jr., Junior, Renato Manfredini Júnior or Renato Manfredini Jr. was a Brazilian singer-songwriter, lyricist and musician. He had one child, Giuliano Manfredini.

His albums: The Stonewall Celebration Concert, Equilíbrio Distante, O Último Solo, Série Bis, Série Identidade: Renato Russo, Presente, and . His related genres: Punk rock, Post-punk, Alternative rock and Folk rock.

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Kiko Zambianchi

Kiko Zambianchi (October 14, 1960 Ribeirão Preto-) is a Brazilian singer.

His albums include Choque. Genres he performed: Música popular brasileira and Rock music.

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Charles Gavin

Charles Gavin (July 9, 1960 São Paulo-) also known as Charles de Souza Gavin is a Brazilian record producer, songwriter, composer, film producer, film director, film score composer, actor and drummer. He has two children, Dora Gavin and Sofia Gavin.

Genres he performed: Rock music.

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Leila Pinheiro

Leila Pinheiro (October 16, 1960 Belém-) also known as Leira Pinheiro or Pinheiro, Leila is a Brazilian singer and composer.

Discography: Coisas do Brasil, Isso É Bossa Nova, Nos horizontes do mundo, Identidade, Minha História, Benção Bossa Nova, Outras Caras, Mais Coisas do Brasil, Nos Horizontes do Mundo - Ao Vivo and Sem limite. Genres she performed include Bossa nova.

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Eliane Elias

Eliane Elias (March 19, 1960 São Paulo-) a.k.a. Elaine Elias, Eliaine Elias or Elias, Eliane is a Brazilian singer, jazz pianist, pianist, composer, music arranger and songwriter.

Her albums include Around the City, Brazilian Classics, Cross Currents, Dreamer, Eliane Elias Plays Jobim, Everything I Love, Paulistana, Solos and Duets, The Best of Eliane Elias, Volume 1: Originals and The Three Americas. Genres she performed: Jazz.

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Dulce Quental

Dulce Quental (April 13, 1960 Rio de Janeiro-) is a Brazilian , .

Genres he performed include Pop music and Jazz.

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Léo Jaime

Léo Jaime (April 23, 1960 Goiânia-) otherwise known as Leo Jaime or Leonardo Jaime is a Brazilian actor, singer-songwriter, musician and journalist.

His albums include Os Grandes Sucessos Gold, Sexo drops & rock n roll, Todo Amor, and . Genres he performed: Rockabilly, Pop rock and New Wave.

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