Cachorro Grande

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Cachorro Grande
Cachorro Grande, Rock República.jpg
Beto Bruno, vocalist
Background information
Origin Porto Alegre, Brazil
Genres Rock and roll, garage rock, blues rock, psychedelic rock, indie rock
Years active 1999-present
Labels Deckdisc Trama
Associated acts Júpiter Maçã
Locomotores
Os Efervescentes
Website Official Site
Members Beto Bruno
Marcelo Gross
Pedro Pelotas
Gabriel Azambuja
Rodolfo Krieger
Past members Jerônimo Bocudo

Cachorro Grande (Portuguese for "Big Dog") is a Brazilian rock band from Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul.

In 2003, the music video for Lunático was nominated for Best New Artist at the 2003 MTV Video Music Brasil. In 2007 they won the MTV Video Music Brasil for Best Live Performance.

Original bassist Jerônimo "Bocudo" left the band in 2005. He was then replaced by current bassist Rodolfo Krieger.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • First Record: "Sexperienced", "De Baixo Do Meu Chapéu", "Lunático", "Dia Perfeito"
  • Second Record: "Hey Amigo", "Que Loucura!"
  • Third Record: "Você Não Sabe o que Perdeu", "Agora Eu Tô Bem Louco", "Desentoa", "Bom Brasileiro", "Sinceramente", "Velha Amiga"
  • Fourth Record: "Você Me Faz Continuar", "Conflitos Existenciais", "Roda-gigante"
  • Fifth Record: "Dance Agora"
  • Sixth Record: "Difícil de Segurar, "Por Onde Vou"

Influences[edit]