Brazilian musicians died in Heart failure

Here are 2 famous musicians from Brazil died in Heart failure:


Mussum (April 7, 1941 Lins de Vasconcelos-July 29, 1994 São Paulo) also known as Antonio Carlos Bernardes Gomes, Mumu da Mangueira or Os Trapalhões was a Brazilian actor, musician and comedian. He had four children, Mussunzinho, Augusto Gomes, Paula Gomes and Sandro Gomes.

Mussum became popular in Brazil during the 1970s and 1980s as a member of the group "Os Trapalhões" (The Bunglers), which was a comedy group that also included Didi, Dedé and Zacarias. Mussum was known for his quick wit, unique sense of humor, and his trademark frizzy hair and beard. In addition to his comedic work, Mussum was also a talented musician and played the cavaquinho (a Brazilian instrument similar to a ukulele) in a number of samba bands. Mussum died of a heart attack in 1994 at the age of 53, but he continues to be remembered as one of Brazil's most beloved comedians.

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Neguinho do Samba

Neguinho do Samba a.k.a. Antonio Luis Alves de Souza was a Brazilian musician and percussionist.

Born on August 1, 1949 in Rio de Janeiro, Neguinho do Samba began his career in music as a young boy playing percussion for the famous samba school, Portela. He quickly became known for his rhythmic talent and was eventually asked to join other samba groups, including Unidos da Tijuca and Imperatriz Leopoldinense.

Throughout his career, Neguinho do Samba played alongside some of Brazil's most legendary musicians, including Beth Carvalho, Zeca Pagodinho, and Alcione. He also released several solo albums, showcasing his unique blend of traditional samba rhythms with modern pop and jazz influences.

Sadly, Neguinho do Samba passed away on May 17, 2009 at the age of 59. However, his legacy and contributions to Brazilian music continue to inspire musicians and fans around the world.

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