Brazilian musicians born in the year 1939

Here are 6 famous musicians from Brazil were born in 1939:

Marlos Nobre

Marlos Nobre (February 18, 1939 Recife-) also known as Marlos Nobre de Almeida is a Brazilian pianist, composer and film score composer.

His related genres: Classical music.

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Wilson Simonal

Wilson Simonal (February 26, 1939 Rio de Janeiro-June 25, 2000 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Simonal, Wilson, Wilson Simonai or Wilson Simonal de Castro was a Brazilian singer. He had two children, Wilson Simoninha and Max de Castro.

Discography: Alegria, Alegria, Volume 3, Alegria, Alegria, Vou Deixar Cair, BRASIL, Coleção Folha 50 anos de bossa nova, Volume 17, Simonal - Ninguém Sabe o Duro, Alegria, Alegria Vol. 2, Retratos, and Herman Wouk's War and Remembrance.

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Francis Hime

Francis Hime (August 31, 1939 Rio de Janeiro-) a.k.a. Francis Victor Walter Hime is a Brazilian singer, composer, music arranger, pianist and film score composer. He has three children, Maria Hime, Joana Hime and Luiza Hime.

His discography includes: Passaredo, Francis Hime, , , High School Musical 2 and Choro Rasgado. Genres he performed: Samba, Bossa nova and Choro.

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Jair Rodrigues

Jair Rodrigues (February 6, 1939 Igarapava-May 8, 2014 Cotia) a.k.a. Jair Rodriguez or Jair Rodrigues de Oliveira was a Brazilian singer, actor, musician and businessperson. He had two children, Jair Oliveira and Luciana Mello.

His discography includes: Festa Para Um Rei Negro, Minha Historia, Serestas & Serenatas, Em Branco E Preto, A Nova Bossa De Jair Rodrigues, Dois na Bossa, Alma Negra, Intérprete, 500 Anos De Folia - Volume 2 and . Genres related to him: Latin American music.

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Suely Franco

Suely Franco (October 16, 1939 Rio de Janeiro-) is a Brazilian actor and singer.

She began her career in the 1950s as a singer, releasing several successful albums. In the 1960s, she started to act in theatre productions and later transitioned to television and film. Franco is known for her versatile acting skills, and has appeared in a range of genres from comedy to drama. She has worked with some of Brazil's biggest directors and actors throughout her career, including Hector Babenco and Fernanda Montenegro. In 2007, she won the APCA Trophy for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the play "As Centenárias". Despite being in her 80s, Suely Franco continues to act and is considered a national treasure in Brazil.

Suely Franco is considered one of the most important actresses in Brazilian theatre, known for her passionate and emotional performances. She has performed in numerous plays, including "A Gaiola das Loucas", "O Mistério de Irma Vap" and "Os Monólogos da Vagina". In addition to her work as an actress, Franco is also a respected voice artist and has lent her voice to many animated films and TV shows. She is also a notable social activist, and has lent her voice to many causes including LGBTQ+ rights and mental health awareness. Despite her many accomplishments, Suely Franco remains humble and dedicated to her craft, and is beloved by fans and colleagues alike.

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Marshall Brickman

Marshall Brickman (August 25, 1939 Rio de Janeiro-) also known as Marshall Michael Brickman, The Tarriers or Marshall Brinkman is a Brazilian writer, screenwriter, television producer, film director, television director and playwright. He has one child, Jessica Brickman.

His discography includes: Dueling Banjos.

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