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Chapters: Deborah Blando, Altar, Olga Souza, Kaoma, Adriane Garcia, Regina "Queen" Saraiva. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Deborah Salvatrice Blando (born 3 March 1969) is a popular Italian- Chapters: Deborah Blando, Altar, Olga Souza, Kaoma, Adriane Garcia, Regina "Queen" Saraiva. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Deborah Salvatrice Blando (born 3 March 1969) is a popular Italian-Brazilian singer who became known in Europe, in 1992, with the pop ballad "Innocence." Blando was born in Italy, but she was raised in Brazil. She was born to an Italian father and a Brazilian mother. Since her early childhood she demonstrated her talent for music, winning one of the first prizes of the Zecchino d'Oro Festival, a version for children of the famous Sanremo Festival, when she was only 2 years old. In her childhood, she moved to Southern Brazil with her parents and kept in touch with music, singing in local choruses and covering famous Italian singers from the 1970s. At just eleven, she recorded her first album, Giovanna Alegria da Gente, with Italian songs. In her teens, Deborah joined the Brazilian theater company Os Menestr is, which has revealed many promising singers in Brazil, and started touring the country acting and singing in their musicals. In 1989 she met producer David Wolff who, impressed by her musical talent, invited her to record an album in English. In 1991, A Different Story was released. Its first single, "Boy (Why do you wanna make me blue?)" hit American dance charts and was featured in a worldwide TV ad for Diet Coke. The English version of the ballad "Innocence," written by Deborah herself when she was 18, conquered hearts throughout the world, especially in Brazil, where it received a Special Edition in 1993, and in Europe. In 1995, Deborah Blando was featured in B-Tribe's album Suave Suave, singing the B-Tribe hits "Nanita" and "Que mala vida," among others. Her second solo album, Unicamente, was released by Virgin R...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=248543


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Chapters: Deborah Blando, Altar, Olga Souza, Kaoma, Adriane Garcia, Regina "Queen" Saraiva. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Deborah Salvatrice Blando (born 3 March 1969) is a popular Italian- Chapters: Deborah Blando, Altar, Olga Souza, Kaoma, Adriane Garcia, Regina "Queen" Saraiva. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Deborah Salvatrice Blando (born 3 March 1969) is a popular Italian-Brazilian singer who became known in Europe, in 1992, with the pop ballad "Innocence." Blando was born in Italy, but she was raised in Brazil. She was born to an Italian father and a Brazilian mother. Since her early childhood she demonstrated her talent for music, winning one of the first prizes of the Zecchino d'Oro Festival, a version for children of the famous Sanremo Festival, when she was only 2 years old. In her childhood, she moved to Southern Brazil with her parents and kept in touch with music, singing in local choruses and covering famous Italian singers from the 1970s. At just eleven, she recorded her first album, Giovanna Alegria da Gente, with Italian songs. In her teens, Deborah joined the Brazilian theater company Os Menestr is, which has revealed many promising singers in Brazil, and started touring the country acting and singing in their musicals. In 1989 she met producer David Wolff who, impressed by her musical talent, invited her to record an album in English. In 1991, A Different Story was released. Its first single, "Boy (Why do you wanna make me blue?)" hit American dance charts and was featured in a worldwide TV ad for Diet Coke. The English version of the ballad "Innocence," written by Deborah herself when she was 18, conquered hearts throughout the world, especially in Brazil, where it received a Special Edition in 1993, and in Europe. In 1995, Deborah Blando was featured in B-Tribe's album Suave Suave, singing the B-Tribe hits "Nanita" and "Que mala vida," among others. Her second solo album, Unicamente, was released by Virgin R...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=248543

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