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Who wants to live forever?


You certainly will. Happy birthday Freddie!

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Elvis and Priscila Presley in São Paulo


Priscila Presley opens in São Paulo the  exhibition ‘Elvis Experience’ on September 05. More than 600 will be seen by visitors. You can get information on http://redutodorock.com.br/redutodorock/site/2012/09/03/priscilla-presley-abre-exposicao-sobre-rei-do-rock-em-sao-paulo/

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A Banda Mais Bonita da Cidade


I am really  proud to introduce to you all:

Their site really worth a visit and you can download their music http://www.abandamaisbonitadacidade.art.br/odisco/

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London Olympics 2012 Closing Ceremony


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I loved the pictures, especially Marisa Monte’s performance. You can visit the site for more http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/372924/20120813/london-olympics-closing-ceremony-performers-2012-playlist.htm

Wants more? http://www.marisamonte.com.br/en/biografia/. In this site you can get in touch with Marisa Monte’s music and career.

Now, it’s Rio’s turn. Get to know the official site of 2016 games  on http://rio2016.com/en and some more of Rio’s history on http://rio2016.com/en/rio-de-janeiro/rio-and-its-history

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Stand By Me – Playing for Change Foundation


Promoting peace in the paradoxal world we live in by uniting nations through music, arts and education.That is their motto. The most beautiful about this project is  that the bright street musicians, street performers, are major celebrities. Here diversity means richness, richness of different religion, accents, nationalities, voices, instruments, identities, colors… You can have a sample of their work in the video bellow and get much more in their site http://playingforchange.org/

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Polemic as you like it


One year without her, loved and hated, misunderstood, intense, polemic. That is Amy Winehouse beautifully illustrated above by Nour Tohmé and polemic as you’ll always remember her  http://meuromeu.wordpress.com/2012/03/21/ilustracao-de-nour-tohme/.

Back to Black is surely one of her biggest success.

You can see much more at http://www.amywinehouse.com/

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Buskers in London


Buskers add different tunes and colors to the city of London as in every big city in the world. The diversity of styles, coming from all parts of the planet is what makes the difference here. They are everywhere, specially at tube stations. I found a documentary that richly illustrates buskers work and relationship with London.

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