16 October 2020 ....................Music, Travel, Friends & Fun! ....................View as Webpage
WEEKENDER
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Special Issue: This Week's Top Story
Meet Brazil's Millennial Music Makers
Generations: Carmen Miranda was 30 when she arrived in New York; Jobim wrote his best songs by 25 and Marisa Monte recorded her first album at 22.


LISTEN TO 'MILLENNIAL MUSIC MAKERS' ON THE SOUNDS OF BRAZIL
Catching Up With Fabiana Passoni
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and each year we share the life experiences of outstanding Brazilian American women-of-song.

Telling Feijoada's Story
You'll find Brazil's national dish on the weekend menus of restaurants across the country, but when the temps start to fall here, it's Feijoada time!

JAZZIZ Magazine Features Ricardo Bacelar
In fact, JAZZIZ was one of the first to pick up on Live In Rio before it was officially released to Brazilian jazz fans last summer.

This Week's Program: Millennial Music Makers
Preview: Listen to 13 of Brazil’s best Millennial Music Makers to keep an eye and ear on, including singer/songwriter Kell Smith (above).

Broadcast date: October 18-23.
Streaming at 7 am, 3 pm, 6 pm and midnight Central. On demand, too.

Same-day Birthdays: Ricardo Silveira & Roberto Menescal
October 25th marks birthdays for two of Brazil's outstanding musicians: the man who wrote Bossa's 'O Barquinho' and one of Brazil's great jazz guitarists.

Five Years Ago: Brazil's Latin Grammy Nominees
2015 was a good, but not great year for Brazil at the Latin Grammy Awards. But that year's ballot held a winning album that remains a fan favorite.

Our Picture Of The Day: from July 29th, 2020
A new image every day whenever you visit our homepage.

Brazilian Art Week: Street art is symbolic of the world we live in today, and Sao Paulo is home to many graffiti grifters. Still, the results can be impressive, like this mural created for the 2016 Olympics.

Next week's theme: 'Brazilian Wines & Winerys'

It's The Sunday Brazilian Brunch: Live In Rio
Waking to the warmth of a Copacabana morning before moving poolside for some quality time with the Brazilian sun… That’s the spirit of The Sunday Brazilian Brunch!

Brazilian jazz pianist Ricardo Bacelar sets the tone.You are always welcome!

This edition of the Connect Brazil Weekender was delayed
due to circumstances beyond our control.
We apologize. - ed.
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