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  • First Samba song is registered

    First  Samba song  is registered
    The first samba is registered and become a success in 1917. The song was claimed to be authored by Ernesto dos Santos, best known as Donga, with co-composition attributed to Mauro de Almeida, a well-known Carnaval columnist. Actually, "Pelo Telefone" was created by a collective of musicians who participated in celebrations at the house of Tia Ciata (Aunt Ciata); it was eventually registered by Donga and the Almeida National Library. Source: wikipedia
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    The evolution of the Brazilian Music exported to the U.S.
  • Tia ciata dies in Rio de Janeiro

    Tia ciata dies in Rio de Janeiro
    Tia Ciata was a woman from Bahia who had a fundamental role in the birth of Cariocan urban samba as a genre. An active practitioner of the culture of her homeland, she developed an informal cultural center at her home, where she would initiate the biggest composers and musicians of Rio de Janeiro of her time into the subtleties of samba from Bahia. Source: wikipedia
  • Getulio Vargas takes over the Brazilian Government

    Getulio Vargas takes over the Brazilian Government
    The former President of Brazil (1930-1945) who was responsible for the implementation of the National Broadcasting system based on the American and British model which lead to the western musical influx in Brazil.
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  • The Father of Bossa Nova was born

    The Father of Bossa Nova was born
    João Gilberto (born João Gilberto Prado Pereira de Oliveira on June 10, 1931 in Juazeiro, Bahia) is a Brazilian singer and guitarist. He is credited with having created the bossa nova beat and is known as the "Father of Bossa Nova." His seminal recordings, including many songs by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes, established the new musical genre in the late 1950s.
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  • Noel Rosa dies

    Noel Rosa dies
    Noel de Medeiros Rosa (December 11, 1910 - May 4, 1937) was a Brazilian songwriter, singer, and guitar/banjo player. One of the greatest names in Brazilian popular music, Noel gave a new twist to samba, combining its Afro-Brazilian roots with a more urban, witty language and making it a vehicle for ironic social commentary. Source:wikipedia
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  • Carmen Miranda

    Carmen Miranda
    Read more on wikipediaCarmen Miranda (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈkaɾmẽȷ̃ miˈɾɐ̃dɐ] 9 February 1909 – 5 August 1955) was a Portuguese-born Brazilian samba singer and Broadway actress popular in the 1940s and 1950s. She was, by some accounts, the highest-earning woman in the United States and recognized for her signature fruit hat outfit that she wore in the 1943 movie The Gang's All Here.
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  • Airto Moreira is Born

    Airto Moreira is Born
    Airto Moreira (born August 5, 1941) is a Brazilian jazz drummer and percussionist. Airto is married to jazz singer Flora Purim, and their daughter Diana Moreira is also a singer.He currently resides in Los Angeles.
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  • Ze Carioca

    Ze Carioca
    osé "Zé" Carioca is a Disney cartoon character drawn as an anthropomorphized parrot from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (thus "Carioca", a term which refers to a person born there). José was created in 1942 for the movie Saludos Amigos as a friend of Donald Duck, described by TIME magazine as "a dapper Brazilian parrot, who is as superior to Donald Duck as the Duck was to Mickey Mouse". Source:wikipedia
  • Raul Seixas, The king of Brazilian Rock is born.

    Raul Seixas, The king of Brazilian Rock is born.
    Raul Santos Seixas (Portuguese pronunciation: [ʁaˈuɫ ˈsejʃɐs]; June 28, 1945 – August 21, 1989),was a Brazilian rock composer, singer, songwriter and producer. He was born in Salvador (Bahia), Brazil, and died of a heart attack in São Paulo. Every year at Seixas' birthday, legions of fans, including hundreds of impersonators (many even changing their last name to Seixas as a sign of idolatry) throw a parade as an homage to him in downtown São Paulo. Source:wikipedia
  • Jackson do Pandeiro records "Chiclete com Banana".

    Jackson do Pandeiro records "Chiclete com Banana".
    José Gomes Filho (August 31, 1919 – July 10, 1982), more commonly known as Jackson do Pandeiro, was a Brazilian percussionist and singer.Originally his mother had nicknamed him "Jack", after the actor Jack Perry, who played parts in cowboy films which were popular in Brazil during Jackson's youth.He had his first hit with "Sebastiana", a song based on traditional Brazilian rhythms. Source:wikipedia
  • The Black Orpheus is filmed in Rio de Janeiro

    The Black Orpheus is filmed in Rio de Janeiro
    Black Orpheus (Portuguese: Orfeu Negro) is a 1959 film made in Brazil by French director Marcel Camus. It is based on the play Orfeu da Conceição by Vinicius de Moraes, which is an adaptation of the Greek legend of Orpheus and Eurydice, setting it in the modern context of a favela in Rio de Janeiro during the Carnaval.
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  • Jorge Benjor Composes"Mas que nada"

    Jorge Benjor Composes"Mas que nada"
    "Mas Que Nada" is a song written and originally performed by Jorge Ben in 1963, which in a later cover version became the signature song of Sérgio Mendes. This version reached #47 pop, #4 easy listening in the 1966 Billboard charts. Source:wikipedia
  • The Girl from Ipanema becomes world famous by the voice of Astrud Gilberto

    The Girl from Ipanema becomes world famous by the voice of Astrud Gilberto
    Astrud Gilberto was born as Astrud Weinert, the daughter of a Brazilian mother and a German father, in the state of Bahia, Brazil, and was raised in Rio de Janeiro. In 1959, she married João Gilberto, later emigrating to the United States in 1963 and has continued to reside in the US since then. Source:wikipedia
  • The dictatorship begins in Brazil

    The dictatorship begins in Brazil
    The 1964 Brazilian coup d'état was a coup d'état (though self-denominated Revolution) against President João Goulart by the Brazilian military on the night of 31 March 1964.[1] Democratically elected as vice-president to Jânio Quadros, João Goulart (a moderate nationalist also known as "Jango") had acceded to the presidency upon Quadros' 1961 resignation under difficult circumstances. Source:wikipedia
  • The First "Jovem Guarda" tv show.

    The First "Jovem Guarda" tv show.
    Jovem Guarda (Portuguese for "young guard") was primarily a Brazilian musical television show first aired by Rede Record in 1965, though the term soon expanded so as to designate the entire movement and style surrounding it. The members of the program were singers who had been influenced by the American rock n' roll of the late 1950s and British Invasion bands of the 1960s. Source:wikipedia
  • Sergio Mendes records "Mas que nada"

    Sergio Mendes records "Mas que nada"
    Sérgio Santos Mendes (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈsɛʁʒiu ˈsɐ̃tus ˈmẽdʒis]; born February 11, 1941[1] in Niterói, Brazil) is a Brazilian musician. He has released over thirty-five albums, and plays bossa nova heavily crossed with jazz and funk. <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergio_Mendes' >Read more Mendes is married to Gracinha Leporace who regularly performs vocals for her husband and can also be heard on his 2006 version of the Jorge Ben Jor song "Mas Que Nada" with Black Eyed Peas.
  • Tropicalia album is launched

    Tropicalia album is launched
    read more on wikipediaTropicália, also known as Tropicalismo, is a Brazilian art movement that arose in the late 1960s and encompassed theatre, poetry, and music, among other forms. Tropicália was influenced by poesia concreta (concrete poetry), a genre of Brazilian avant-garde poetry embodied in the works of Augusto de Campos, Haroldo de Campos, and Décio Pignatari, among a few others.
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  • Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso are forced into exile

    Gilberto Gil  and Caetano Veloso  are forced into exile
    Gilberto Passos Gil Moreira (born June 26, 1942), better known as Gilberto Gil (Portuguese pronunciation: [ʒiɫˈbɛʁtu ʒiɫ]) or (Portuguese pronunciation: [ʒiu̯ˈbɛɾtʊ ʒiu̯]), is a Grammy Award-winning Brazilian singer, guitarist, and songwriter, known for both his musical innovation and political commitment. From 2003 to 2008, he served as Brazil's Minister of Culture in the administration of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Source:wikipedia
  • Milton Nascimento records with the American Jazzist Wayne Shorter

    Milton Nascimento records with the American Jazzist  Wayne Shorter
    Milton Nascimento (born October 26, 1942) is a prominent Brazilian singer, songwriter, and guitarist.
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  • The first "Rock in Rio Festival" takes place in Rio de Janeiro

    The first "Rock in Rio Festival" takes place in Rio de Janeiro
    Three incarnations of the festival were in Rio de Janeiro, in 1985, 1991 and 2001, four in Lisbon, in 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2010, and two in Madrid in 2008 and 2010. The shows were organized by Brazilian entrepreneur Roberto Medina. In 2011, Rock in Rio will take place in its original home, Rio de Janeiro.
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  • Carlinhos Brown releases the album "Bahia Black"

    Carlinhos Brown releases the album "Bahia Black"
    Carlinhos Brown (born Antonio Carlos Santos de Freitas on November 23, 1962) is a Brazilian musician from Salvador, Bahia. He was born in Candeal Pequeno, a small neighbourhood in the Brotas area of Salvador de Bahia (Brazil).
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  • Kurt Cobain gives an interview to the Brazilian MTV channel.

    Kurt Cobain gives an interview to the Brazilian MTV channel.
  • Olodum records with Paul Simon

    Olodum records with Paul Simon
    Olodum is a cultural group based in the Afro Brazilian community of Salvador, the capital city of the state of Bahia, Brazil. It was founded by percussionist, Neguinho do Samba. Source:wikipedia
  • Chico Science plays in New York

    Chico Science plays in New York
    Francisco de Assis França (March 13, 1966 - February 2, 1997), better known as Chico Science, was a Brazilian singer and composer and one of the founders of the Mangue Beat cultural movement. He died in a car accident in 1997 in Recife, Pernambuco, at the age of 30.
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  • Sepultura releases the album "Roots"

    Sepultura releases the album "Roots"
    Roots is the sixth studio album by Brazilian metal band Sepultura. It was released in March 12, 1996 (1996-03-12) by Roadrunner Records.Following the experimentalism of the album Chaos A.D., Roots has more influence from Brazilian musical rhythms, and features the percussionist Carlinhos Brown, vocalists Jonathan Davis and Mike Patton, and production by Ross Robinson. Source:wikipedia
  • Olodnm records with Michael Jackson

    Olodnm records with Michael Jackson
    "They Don't Care About Us" is the fourth single from Michael Jackson's album HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I, released on April 1, 1996.
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  • Beck releases the album "Mutations" influenced by the 60's Tropicalism

    Beck releases the album "Mutations" influenced by the 60's Tropicalism
    Mutations is the sixth studio album by American alternative rock artist Beck, released in 1998 on Geffen Records. Though less successful on the charts than the preceding Odelay, Mutations established Beck as an eclectic and innovative artist for his sample-free mixture of far-ranging musical genres, including tropicalia, bossa nova, country, and blues. Source:wikipedia
  • Bebel Gilberto releases the album "Tanto Tempo"

    Bebel Gilberto releases the album "Tanto Tempo"
    Bebel Gilberto (born Isabel Gilberto de Oliveira on May 12, 1966 in New York City) is an American-born Grammy Award-nominated Brazilian popular singer often associated with bossa nova. She is the daughter of João Gilberto and singer Miúcha. Her uncle is singer/composer Chico Buarque. Gilberto has been performing since her youth in Rio de Janeiro.
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  • DJ Marky releases LK, Carol Carolina Bela

    DJ Marky releases LK, Carol Carolina Bela
    Marco Antonio Silva a.k.a. DJ Marky is a Brazilian drum and bass DJ. Together with DJ Patife, XRS Land and Drumagick Brazilians are forging a new sound in drum and bass that has become popular around the world with releases such as LK and Só Tinha Que Ser Com Você. Source:wikipedia.
  • City of God, the Filme is released with the participation of "Seu Jorge"

    City of God, the Filme is released with the participation of "Seu Jorge"
    City of God (Portuguese: Cidade de Deus) is a 2002 Brazilian crime drama film directed by Fernando Meirelles and Kátia Lund, released in its home country in 2002 and worldwide in 2003. Source:wikipedia.
  • The CSS band is formed

    The CSS band is formed
    Read more on wikipediaCSS is a Brazilian rock band from São Paulo. The band was labeled as part of the explosion of the New Rave scene. Their songs are in both English and Portuguese. CSS is an abbreviation for Cansei de Ser Sexy (pronounced [kɐ̃ˈsej dʒi seɾ ˈsɛksi]), literally "I'm tired of being sexy" in Portuguese.
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  • Maria Rita wins three Grammy Latinos

    Maria Rita wins three Grammy Latinos
    Read more on wikipediaMaria Rita (born September 19, 1977 in São Paulo, Brazil) is the performance name of Maria Rita Mariano, a Brazilian singer. She is the daughter of famed pianist/arranger César Camargo Mariano and the late Brazilian singing legend Elis Regina and sister to Pedro Mariano and music producer João Marcelo Bôscoli.
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  • Life aquatic, The Film is Release with "Seu Jorge's" Soundtrack

    Life aquatic, The Film is Release with "Seu Jorge's" Soundtrack
    The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou is Wes Anderson's fourth feature length film, released in the US on December 25, 2004. It was written by Anderson and Noah Baumbach and was filmed in and around Naples, Ponza and the Italian Riviera.
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  • Bonde do Role in their first tour in the US.

    Bonde do Role in their first tour in the US.
    Bonde do Rolê is a Funk Carioca-influenced electropop group from Curitiba, Brazil, consisting of MCs Pedro D'Eyrot, Laura Taylor, Ana Bernardino, and DJ/MC Rodrigo Gorky. The group started in Curitiba in the south of Brazil, mixing riffs (ranging from Scorpions' "Rock You Like a Hurricane" to Alice in Chains' "Man in the Box") with funk carioca (sometimes known as baile funk or Brazilian funk).
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  • Sergio Mendes releases the album "Timeless" which brings a new remix of "Mas que nada" with the Band "Black eyed Peas".

    Sergio Mendes  releases the album "Timeless" which brings  a new remix of "Mas que nada" with the Band "Black eyed Peas".
    Produced by and featuring will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas, TIMELESS is a wholly original blend of music from one of the most internationally successful Brazilian musicians of all time, SERGIO MENDES, who--40 years ago--brought Brasil '66 and "Mas Que Nada" to the world. Source: www.blackeyedpeas.com
  • Seu Jorge and Almaz album released and a new tour begins in the U.S

    Seu Jorge and Almaz album released and a new tour begins in the U.S
    This project with Seu Jorge (singer and actor, known best from the films Life Aquatic and City Of God) and the band Almaz (with members from Nação Zumbi), was announced back in May as a Now-Again Records album release, distributed by Stones Throw. The album was produced by fellow Brasileiro Mario C., and has lately been featured on NPR and NY Daily News. Source: www.stonesthrow.com