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Flávio Guimarães

Flávio Guimarães

Flávio Guimarães


Flávio se iniciou na música há cerca de 20 anos e é um dos pioneiros do Blues no Brasil. Fundador do Blues Etílicos, vem participando dos principais festivais e eventos desse segmento ao longo dos anos. Suas experiências musicais mais marcantes foram tocar com Buddy Guy, Taj Mahal, Charlie Musselwhite, Howard Levy, Mark Ford, Sugar Blue, Mark Hummell, Steve Guyger e Paulo Moura entre outros grandes mestres. Flávio Guimarães (born November 10, 1963) is a Brazilian composer, harmonica player and singer. Read more on Last.fm
Flávio se iniciou na música há cerca de 20 anos e é um dos pioneiros do Blues no Brasil. Fundador do Blues Etílicos, vem participando dos principais festivais e eventos desse segmento ao longo dos anos. Suas experiências musicais mais marcantes foram tocar com Buddy Guy, Taj Mahal, Charlie Musselwhite, Howard Levy, Mark Ford, Sugar Blue, Mark Hummell, Steve Guyger e Paulo Moura entre outros grandes mestres. Flávio Guimarães (born November 10, 1963) is a Brazilian composer, harmonica player and singer. Considered a blues pioneer in Brazil, he founded the band Blues Etílicos in 1986, which is considered the most successful Brazilian blues group.

He has also played with many famous artists along his career, such as Alceu Valença, Ed Motta, Luiz Melodia, Paulo Moura, Zeca Baleiro, Buddy Guy, Charlie Musselwhite, Sugar Blue e Taj Mahal. Biography Flávio Guimarães was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and in that city he studied harmonica with Maurício Einhorn. He started his musical career around 1985. In 1986, he formed the group Blues Etílicos, with Greg Wilson (vocals and guitar), Otávio Rocha (guitar), Gil Eduardo (drums) and Cláudio Bedran (bass). With the group, Guimarães did many show around Brazil and world and recorded several albums. In 1988, Guimarães travelled to Chicago, where he played with many American musician, including the harmonicist Sugar Blue. One year later, he opened Festival de Blues, in Ribeirão Preto, São Paulo, Brazil, playing with Buddy Guy.

In that same year, he also opened shows for John Lee Hooker and John Mayall, during Free Jazz Festival. In the following years, Guimarães played in the most important festival in Brazil, such as Blues Fest, Rock in Rio II and Nescafé in Blues. During this period, he also played with many famous Brazilian artists, like Ed Motta, Roberto Frejat and Paulo Moura. He played with internacional artists too, such as Midnight Blues Band. Since 1990, when Bizz magazine indicated Guimarães as one of the best hamonicists of Brazil, he has participated of many hamonica players meetings.

In fact, Guimarães became famous between Brazilian harmonicists because he was the first one to play diatonic harmonicas in that country, introducing new possibilities of timbre to the music of his nation. In 1998, he participated of Harmonica's Night, with Carey Bell and Peter Madcat. In this same period, with a new band, he opened show for B. B.

King, in Via Funchal, Brazil. He, with Tavares da Gaita, was considered one of the most important attractions in the history of Rec-Beat festival, in Recife, Brazil. Along his career, Guimarães recorded many album. His first solo album was Little blues, in 1995. In 2000, he recorded his second disc, named On the loose.

In 2007, celebrating 20 years of Blues Etílicos, his band recorded an album in honor of Muddy Waters, one of the biggest exponent blues musician. Around two years later, Guimarães recorded another solo album, named The blues follows me, and he realized many shows around Brazil, spreading this work. Official Website:Flávio Guimarães Wikipedia: Flávio Guimarães Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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