Dado Villa-Lobos

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Dado Villa-Lobos
Birth name Eduardo Dutra Villa-Lobos
Also known as Dado
Born (1965-06-29)June 29, 1965
Brussels, Belgium
Genres Post-punk, alternative rock, folk rock, punk rock
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter
Instruments Guitar, mandolin, craviola, dobro, bass guitar, percussion, vocals
Years active 1983–present
Labels EMI
Associated acts Legião Urbana, Aborto Elétrico, Os Paralamas do Sucesso, Dado e o Reino Animal, Paula Toller
Website www.dadovilla-lobos.com.br

Dado Villa-Lobos (born June 29, 1965 in Brussels, Belgium) is a Brazilian musician, best known as the ex-guitarist of post-punk band Legião Urbana. Along with singer Renato Russo and drummer Marcelo Bonfá, he was one of the founding members of that band, who formed in Brasília in 1982.[1] Villa-Lobos remained with the band through all of their studio albums, until the group dissolved after the 1996 death of Russo.[1] In 2005, he released his first solo album, Jardim de Cáctus.

On May 30, 2012, attended the Tribute to Legião Urbana with Wagner Moura,[2] where they clashed with a fan during the presentation.[3][4][5]

He is the grandnephew of Heitor Villa-Lobos.[6][7]

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