Carminho at WOMADelaide in 2014.
|Birth name||Maria do Carmo Carvalho Rebelo de Andrade|
|Also known as||Carminho|
20 August 1984 |
|Labels||Warner Music Portugal|
Maria do Carmo Carvalho Rebelo de Andrade (born 20 August 1984, in Lisbon), better known as Carminho, is a Portuguese fado and popular music singer. She comes from a family of musicians, since her mother, Teresa Siqueira, was a famous fado singer. She is considered one of the most talented and innovative fado singers of her generation. She can be considered as a crossover artist, since her eclectic work shows the heritage of traditional and contemporary fado, as she also dwells into other genres, like Brazilian popular music.
Carminho earned stardom status in Spain after being featured on Pablo Alborán's "Perdóname" which was a number-one single in the Spanish charts. Carminho's albums Fado and Alma have achieved Platinum and Gold status in Portugal selling more than 50,000 copies combined.
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|Carminho Canta Tom Jobim||
|"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.|
As featured artist
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(Pablo Alborán con Carminho)
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- ""Obrigado" is theme of Gibraltar World Music Festival". GBC. Retrieved 5 April 2016.
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