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Origin  Seattle, Washington
Role  Musician
Name  Alex Veley
Years active  1990s–present

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Born  June 11, 1973 (age 42) (1973-06-11)
Genres  Soul, rock, blues, funk
Associated acts  Maktub Tuatara Minus 5 CeDell Davis Dave Matthews Bola Abimbola Nando Reis e os Infernais Erasmo Carlos
Music group  Nando Reis e Os Infernais (Since 1995)
Albums  Bailao do Ruivao, Dres, Luau MTV, Para Quando o Arco‑Iris, MTV Live ‑ Nando Reis e Os
Similar People  Felipe Cambraia, Diogo Gameiro, Walter Villaca, Hanna Lima, Aja West

Occupation(s)  Keyboardist, singer

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Alex Veley is an American rock musician, soul keyboardist and singer known for using classic keyboards like the Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes electric piano, and Hohner Clavinet.

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He was a founding member of Seattle-based neo-soul band Maktub in the 1990s with lead singer Reggie Watts and co-produced the band's debut album, 2000's Subtle Ways which won "Best R&B album" that year at the Northwest Music Awards. He later went on to tour and perform with other Seattle groups like Tuatara, The Minus 5, and record with solo artists like Arkansas Delta Blues guitarist CeDell Davis and singer-songwriter Dave Matthews, recording Hammond organ on Matthews' grammy-award-winning solo album, "Some Devil."

In 2003, he moved to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where he currently records and performs with artists such as Nando Reis (as part of his band Os Infernais), Erasmo Carlos, and many others.

Alex released a jazz-funk solo album in 2003 entitled Maconha Baiana, recorded both in Rio de Janeiro and Seattle, Washington.

United States

  • 2000: Maktub "Subtle Ways" (Jasiri Media Group)
  • 2002: Tuatara "Cinamathique" (Fast Horse Recordings)
  • 2002: CeDell Davis "When Lightnin' Hit the Pine" (Fast Horse Recordings)
  • 2003: Dave Matthews "Some Devil" (RCA)
  • 2005: Bola Abimbola "Ara Kenge" (Fast Horse Recordings)
  • Brazil

  • 2000: Nando Reis "Para Quando o Arco-Íris Encontrar o Pote de Ouro" (Warner)
  • 2001: Nando Reis "Infernal" (Warner)
  • 2003: Nando Reis "A Letra A" (Universal)
  • 2005: Nando Reis e os Infernais "MTV Ao Vivo – Nando Reis e Os Infernais" (MTV – Universal)
  • 2006: Nando Reis e os Infernais "Sim e Não" (Universal)
  • 2007: Nando Reis e os Infernais "Luau MTV – Nando Reis e Os Infernais" (MTV – Universal)
  • 2009: Nando Reis e os Infernais "Drês" (Universal)
  • 2009: Erasmo Carlos "Rock 'n' Roll" (Coqueiro Verde)
  • 2010: Nando Reis e os Infernais "Bailão do Ruivão" (MTV – Universal)
  • 2011: Erasmo Carlos "Sexo" (Coqueiro Verde)
  • 2012: Nando Reis e os Infernais "Sei"
  • 2013: TAI "Seda e Pedra"
  • 2013: Nando Reis e os Infernais "Sei Como Foi em BH" (Coqueiro Verde)
  • Solo work

  • 2003: Alex Veley "Maconha Baiana"
  • 2011: Veley Brothers "The Way You Make Me Smile" (single release)
  • 2013: Alex Veley Trio "Rock 'n' Soul"
  • References

    Alex Veley Wikipedia


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