Vânia Bastos

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Vânia Bastos
Born (1956-05-13) May 13, 1956 (age 58)
Origin Ourinhos, São Paulo, Brazil
Occupations Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1975–present

Vânia Bastos (born May 13, 1956) is a Brazilian singer, who began her professional life with the Vanguarda Paulista avant-garde movement in the early 1980s.

Biography[edit]

Bastos moved to São Paulo in 1975, to study sociology and singing. In 1980, she began her career as vocalist of Arrigo Barnabé's Sabor de Veneno band. She was the main soloist of Barnabé's 1983 album Tubarões Voadores, and participated in presentations and recordings with Itamar Assumpção, the other important name of the Vanguarda. She also recorded with bands of Brazilian rock as Magazine and Joelho de Porco. From 1986, she began to record her own works.[1]

Discography[edit]

Title Year Record label Media
Vânia Bastos 1986 Copacabana LP
Eduardo Gudin & Vânia Bastos 1989 Eldorado LP & CD
Vânia Bastos 1990 Eldorado LP
Cantando Caetano 1992 Colúmbia CD
Canta mais 1994 Velas CD
Vânia Bastos & cordas. Canções de Tom Jobim 1995 Velas CD
Diversões não eletrônicas 1997 Velas CD
Belas feras 1999 PlayArte Music CD
Vânia Bastos canta Clube da Esquina 2002 CD

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Portuguese)-Vânia Bastos in Dicionário Cravo Albin da Música Popular Brasileira. Accessed: May 17, 2008.

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