Marcelo Nova

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Marcelo Nova is a Brazilian singer born in the state of Bahia.[1]

He began his career in the group Camisa de Vênus in the 1980s and had recorded several hit songs such as "Bete Morreu", "Eu Não Matei Joana D'Arc" and "Silvia". At a young age he was a fan of Raul Seixas, and towards the end of Seixas' life, they both worked together on songs, having released the 1989 collaboration A Panela do Diabo, the final album recorded by Seixas.

He also worked with Eric Burdon.


  1. ^ "Marcelo Nova comanda rádio e TV rock na internet". O Estado de S. Paulo. 24 October 2007. Retrieved 10 June 2011.