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You can read my Producer's Notes and playlist for every weekly show, get the latest concert and music news, make a request and enter our contests anytime. And you're welcome to browse our archive of previous shows (below), too.

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Joao Bosco is set to receive the music industry's highest honor this week: A Lifetime Acheivement Award at the Latin Grammys in Las Vegas. He sings, we stop to listen. Two hours of best songs.

Marisa Monte captures the spotlight with a ‘Best Of’ show to celebrate her 30 Anniversary in music, from her very first single to her latest hit songs. Parbens!

The passion of Milton Nascimento’s voice is the true spirit of Brazil, Let's celebrate the 50th Anniversay of his first album with 13 of his best songs. Preview & Listen here

Older: Millennial Music Makers

Published: 10/25/2017 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

The Sounds of Brazil's weekly playlist helps you to get to know 13 of Brazil's best new generational voices, song by song. Listen Live at 3 and 6 pm daily.

Older: Divas From Bahia!

Published: 10/18/2017 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Salvador’s equatorial heat incubates the passion of Brazilian song, so this week, we'll travel south with Google Maps to meet the ‘Divas From Bahia’.Get the playlist and our preview her

Older: Rosalia de Souza

Published: 10/11/2017 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

It’s the best of singer Rosalia de Souza! She became Bossa’s Modern Gil after cutting her teeth in countless studio sessions across Europe while calling Italy home. Today, she’s redefining Brazilian jazz with a sense of neo-nostalgia. Press PLAY here

Been to Rio? Then you know that the city sings a siren’s song. This week our playlist’s filled with music from its best female performers. A two-hour radio special featuring no less than 13 of the Girls From Ipanema. Push to PLAY is a click away!

Older: The Best of Gal Costa

Published: 09/26/2017 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

In a career that now spans five decades Gal Costa has a well-earned hold of her title as the ‘Grand Diva’ of Brazilian Song, so join us for two hours of her very best.. Click to Listen Live, anytime.

Older: Mas Que Nada

Published: 09/20/2017 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

September 24 is the day Mas Que Nada - the first 'single' from Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 - entered Billboard's Top 100, but that's not the beginning of the story. We "tell all, play all" with several versions. Playlist is here. Oba!

Older: The New Bossa Nova

Published: 09/13/2017 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

She’s The Girl From Ipanema’s daughter & she’s tired of just singing her mother’s old tunes. Now she’s into the latest styles from Milan! This week the New Bossa sound pluses our playlist. How did this happen? Read the preview & click here to listen!