Brazilian Girls: New York Dance-Pop Group at the Grove of Anaheim
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The last date listed for Brazilian Girls was Thursday September 25, 2008 / 8:00pm.
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She was just a small-town girl, living in a lonely world ... until arriving on the Sunset Strip circa 1987, where she meets a big-city boy. Nominated for five 2009 Tony Awards including Best Musical and called "insanely fun" by Time Out New York, the Broadway smash hit Rock of Ages follows two teens with big dreams and even bigger hair as they face speed bumps on the road to love, set to the music of Journey, Night Ranger, Styx, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar and more. This hilarious, high-energy production includes such classic '80s hits as "Don't Stop Believin'," "We Built This City," "The Final Countdown," "Wanted Dead or Alive," "Here I Go Again," "Can't Fight This Feeling" and "I Want to Know What Love Is." You won't want to miss this awesomely fun show about dreaming big, playing loud and partying on. Learn More
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The grove is a great place to see a show. It's right off the freeway, parking is good, very clean and good service at the bar. I love the outdoor area were you can have your drink, smoke if you do, enjoy the night and still hear the music being played inside through speakers. The Submarines and The Brazilian Girls made for an incredible show.
Brazilian Girls hail from New York City and are known for their eclectic blend of electronica, jazz, tango, bossa nova, and lounge styles. Despite their name, none of the band members are actually from Brazil, and the Brazilian Girls are two men — Didi Gutman on keyboards and computers, and Aaron Johnston on drums — and one woman, Sabina Sciubba, the vocalist who often enjoys wearing lacy eye masks on-stage and sings in no less than five different languages.
Sciubba was born in Rome but grew up in Nice and Munich before settling in Brooklyn, NY. She first came to record buyers' attention when she recorded two jazz albums — You Don’t Know What Love Is and Meet Me In London for the English audiophile label Naim. She described her meeting with the men of Brazilian Girls as "love at first sight and it moved as fast as the Autobahn."
The band itself formed in 2003, while jamming at a New York club. While playing a weekly gig, the band wrote many of the original songs that would appear on their debut self-titled album.
Los Angeles buzz act The Submarines and locals Free The Robots will open the dance party.