Here are 10 famous musicians from Brazil were born in 1975:
Pedro Mariano (April 18, 1975 São Paulo-) also known as Mariano, Pedro Camargo, Pedro Costa Camargo Mariano or Pedro Camargo Mariano is a Brazilian singer and musician. His child is Rafaela Fano Mariano.
His discography includes: Voz no Ouvido, Pedro Mariano, Piano & Voz and .
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Camila Morgado (April 12, 1975 Petrópolis-) also known as Camila Ribeiro da Silva is a Brazilian actor.
She began her acting career in the late 90s, appearing in several TV shows and movies. One of her most notable roles was in the Brazilian soap opera "A Favorita" where she played the character of Lara. She has also appeared in many critically-acclaimed films such as "O Duelo" and "Trabalhar Cansa". Apart from her work in film and television, Morgado is also a theatre actress and has participated in various plays in Brazil. In 2017, she won the Best Actress award at the Brazilian Cinema Grand Prize for her performance in the film "O Filme da Minha Vida". Morgado is considered to be one of the most talented and versatile actresses in Brazilian cinema and television industry.
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Jair Oliveira (March 17, 1975 São Paulo-) also known as Jairzinho Oliveira, Jair Oliviera, Jair Rodrigues M. Oliveira, Jairzinho or Jair de Oliveira is a Brazilian singer, actor, film score composer and composer. He has two children, Laura Oliveira and Isabella Oliveira.
Discography: Outro, 3.1, Dis'ritmia and Grandes Pequeninos. Genres he performed: Latin American music, Pop music, Acid jazz, Samba, Música popular brasileira and Soul music.
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Renato Rocha (July 4, 1975 Rio de Janeiro-) is a Brazilian singer-songwriter, musician, activist and guitarist.
Genres: Rock music and Pop rock.
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Danni Carlos (July 2, 1975 Rio de Janeiro-) also known as Dani Carlos or Daniela Carlos de Araújo is a Brazilian songwriter, composer, actor, singer, musician and singer-songwriter.
Discography: Rock'n'Road, Rock'n'Road Again, Música Nova, Rock'n'Road Movies, Rock'n'Road All Night and Ao Vivo. Genres: Pop music, Alternative rock, Blues rock and Acoustic music.
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Tchello (January 2, 1975 Belo Horizonte-) also known as Eduardo Simão Lopes is a Brazilian musician and bassist.
Genres related to him: Rock music.
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Criolo (September 5, 1975 São Paulo-) otherwise known as Kleber Cavalcante Gomes is a Brazilian actor, film score composer, singer-songwriter and rapper.
His albums include Nó na orelha, , , , Convoque Seu Buda and Ainda há tempo. Genres he performed include Hip hop music, Música popular brasileira, Soul music, Samba, Rock music and Afrobeat.
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Fabio Góes (December 4, 1975 São Paulo-) is a Brazilian record producer, singer, songwriter and film score composer.
His albums: Sol No Escuro and . Genres he performed include Música popular brasileira, World music and Pop music.
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Jay Vaquer (February 6, 1975 Rio de Janeiro-) is a Brazilian singer, musician and songwriter.
Discography: Formidável Mundo Cão, Nem Tão São and Umbingobunker!?. Genres he performed include Pop music, World music and Pop rock.
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Hugo Mariutti (December 18, 1975 São Paulo-) a.k.a. Mariutti, Hugo is a Brazilian musician and guitarist.
Hugo Mariutti is best known for his work as the lead guitarist for the Brazilian heavy metal bands Shaman and Andre Matos Band. He started playing guitar when he was only 11 years old and went on to study at the São Paulo State Music Conservatory. He has collaborated with many artists and bands in Brazil and abroad, such as Angra, Noturnall, and Iron Maiden's former singer, Blaze Bayley. Hugo is also a music producer and has worked on several albums in his career. In addition to his musical career, he has a degree in advertising and has worked extensively in the advertising industry in Brazil.
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