Here are 13 famous musicians from Brazil were born in 1956:
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 (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 (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 (May 13, 1956 Brazil-) also known as Vania Bastos is a Brazilian singer.
Her most important albums: , , , and .
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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 (February 25, 1956 Jacobina-) is a Brazilian , .
His related genres: Samba, Música popular brasileira, Blues and Jazz.
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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 (April 7, 1956 Rio de Janeiro-) also known as João Luiz de Avellar is a Brazilian film score composer and composer.
He graduated in music from the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, and later studied at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. Avellar began his career composing music for Brazilian television shows, and later moved on to scoring feature films such as "Faca de Dois Gumes" and "O País dos Tenentes". He has also collaborated with several Brazilian musicians and singers, such as Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso. In addition to his work in music, Avellar has also been a music producer and arranger, and has won several awards for his contributions to Brazilian cinema and music.
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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 (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 (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 (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 (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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