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Scott Adams

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We're counting down the days to Caetano Veloso's debut at Chicago Symphony Center on Sunday October 16th with his best songs! Get complete concert details, the playlist and our preview here.

Older: Antonio Adolfo

Published: 08/16/2016 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Pianist Antonio Adolfo is a quiet giant of Brazilian jazz. His songs have been covered by Stevie Wonder, Earl Klugh & Dionne Warwick. One became a 'Greatest Hit' for Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66! Get a fresh take on his music: Preview & playlist here.

Older: Guitarist Sandro Albert

Published: 07/12/2016 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Guitarist Sandro Albert is the musical equivalent of a Best-Kept Secret for Brazilian jazz. Acoustic or electric, his style will surely warm your summer soul. Click to Listen.

Happy New Year! It’s our annual Year In Review program showcasing Brazil’s musical highlights for 2015 with the top songs, stories & more. Plus a look ahead at the best concerts and tunes to help get 2016 off to a tropically smooth start!

Our ‘Brazilian side of' series has been a lot of fun: Michael Franks, Frank Sinatra, the Beatles… and now the outstanding music of Stevie Wonder to wrap it all up. Read my story,below. This week's playlist and more here.

Musically, the Beatles changed everything. Even in Brazil, where London's new sound influenced a generation of Brazilian singers and songwriters. Read our story and get the top four Brazilian Beatles albums of all time.

Older: Frank Sinatra

Published: 10/19/2015 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Frank Sinatra takes his turn in the spotlight for the second of four consecutive weekly shows on 'The Brazilian Side’ series here on The Sounds of Brazil. Plus a few surprises for ol' Blue Eyes, too. Read the incredible back story here.

This week, we’ll kick off a new radio theme with ‘The Brazilian Side’ of Michael Franks. It’s the first of four weekly shows featuring a quartet of iconic pop musicians, including Frank Sinatra, the Beatles and Stevie Wonder.

Older: The Best of Basia

Published: 09/01/2015 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Basia Nova! Why not? What better way to welcome summer's final month than with the very best songs from an international pop star? Plus a special treat when we play a hidden Basia gem. Click to Listen Live and the preview and playlist too.

Older: Minas Brazilian Jazz

Published: 06/16/2015 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

This week, I'll showcase the original music of Minas, one of America's truly elite Brazilian music groups. Orlando Haddad & Patricia King have a special story that's unique to our show. Read all about it & listen, too!