Brazilian musicians born in the year 1961

Here are 8 famous musicians from Brazil were born in 1961:

Herbert Vianna

Herbert Vianna (May 4, 1961 João Pessoa, Paraíba-) a.k.a. Herbert Lemos de Sousa Vianna is a Brazilian singer, guitarist, songwriter and musician.

His albums include O som do sim, Santorini Blues and Ê Batumaré. Genres he performed include Pop music, New Wave, Reggae, Ska, Post-punk and Brazilian rock.

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André Jung

André Jung (May 12, 1961 Recife-) is a Brazilian composer, songwriter, record producer, journalist and drummer.

Genres: Rock music.

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Kátya Chamma

Kátya Chamma (August 19, 1961-) is a Brazilian writer and singer.

Her discography includes: Katya Chamma. Genres: Música popular brasileira, Rock music, Pop music, Pop rock and Blues.

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Daúde Candeal

Daúde Candeal (September 23, 1961 Salvador-) a.k.a. Daúde or Daude is a Brazilian musician, singer-songwriter and scholar.

Her albums include Daúde, Neguinha Te Amo and Pata Pata.

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Marcelo Fromer

Marcelo Fromer (December 3, 1961 São Paulo-June 13, 2001 São Paulo) was a Brazilian songwriter and composer. He had three children, Alice Fromer, Max Fromer and Susy Fromer.

Genres related to him: Rock music.

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Celia Mara

Celia Mara (July 27, 1961-) is a Brazilian singer, singer-songwriter and record producer.

Genres she performed: Reggae, World music, Música popular brasileira and Bossa nova.

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Mario Caldato Jr.

Mario Caldato Jr. (February 24, 1961 São Paulo-) also known as Mario Caldato, Mario C., Caldato, Mario Jr. or Mario Caldato Jr. is a Brazilian record producer, audio engineer and mixing engineer.

He is known for his work with the Beastie Boys, having produced six of their studio albums. In addition to the Beastie Boys, Caldato has worked with a wide range of artists including Jack Johnson, Beck, Seu Jorge, Tone-Loc, and Manu Chao. Caldato is also a musician himself, having played bass in the band Bullshit Detector and drums in the group Good and Evil. Caldato is highly respected in the music industry for his innovative production techniques and his ability to blend various genres of music. His contributions have earned him several Grammy nominations throughout his career.

Throughout Caldato's career, he has collaborated with numerous musicians and contributed to a wide range of genres, including hip-hop, rock, reggae, and Brazilian music. He started his career as an audio engineer in Los Angeles before moving to Brazil, where he worked with artists like Marcelo D2, Seu Jorge, and Bebel Gilberto. Caldato's innovative approach to music production has made him a sought-after producer in the music industry, and he has also worked as a remixer for artists such as Michael Jackson and Björk.

Apart from his work as a producer and musician, Caldato has also been involved in film scores and soundtracks. He worked on the music for the documentary film "The Fearless Freaks" and co-wrote the theme song for the animated television series "Bob's Burgers". In addition, he has contributed music to a number of video games, including "Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3" and "SSX Tricky".

Caldato continues to be an influential figure in the music industry and has influenced many producers and artists with his unique sound and production techniques. He remains actively involved in the music scene and continues to experiment with new genres and styles.

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Fernanda Abreu

Fernanda Abreu (September 8, 1961 Rio de Janeiro-) otherwise known as Abreu, Fernanda is a Brazilian singer.

Discography: Entidade Urbana, Da lata, Na Paz, , , and . Genres: Funk carioca and Pop music.

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