Brazilian Girls: New York Dance-Pop Group at the Wiltern
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The last date listed for Brazilian Girls was Wednesday September 24, 2008 / 9:00pm.
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One of the most powerful and intriguing voices in R&B, Keyshia Cole is a multifaceted star known for her hit records, ever-changing look and TV show The Way It Is. As she readies her next album, Point of No Return, Cole is hitting the road to give fans a chance to hear favorites like "Heaven Sent," "I Changed My Mind" and "Love," as well as her thumping new songs -- all delivered in Cole's dramatic and compelling style. Joining Cole as opening act is rising R&B singer Adrian Marcel. Learn More
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Submarines were a great opening act and Brazilian Girls blew my mind! People were really enjoying themselves - dancing and singing along to the music. The Wiltern is not only a stunning, but also very intimate. If you really want to be u-close to...continued
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Learn more at the Brazilian Girls’ website.
Brazilian Girls is a band from New York City known for their eclectic blend of electronic dance music with musical styles as diverse as tango, chanson, house and lounge. None of the members are actually from Brazil and the only female in the band is lead singer Sabina Sciubba. Other members include keyboardist Didi Gutman, drummer Aaron Johnston and former bassist Jesse Murphy.
The band has released three studio albums up to date: Their self-titled debut album in 2005; their second album, entitled Talk to La Bomb, released in September 2006; and third album New York City, released on August 5, 2008.