| May 13, 1956 (age 59) (1956-05-13) |
Ourinhos, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Canta Mais, Cantando Caetano, Cancoes de Tom Jobim
Eduardo Gudin, Arrigo Barnabe, Tete Espindola, Passoca, Ivan Lins
Vânia Bastos (born May 13, 1956) is a Brazilian singer, who began her professional life with the Vanguarda Paulista avant-garde movement in the early 1980s.
Bastos moved to São Paulo in 1975, to study sociology and singing. In 1980, she began her career as vocalist of Arrigo Barnabé's Sabor de Veneno band. She was the main soloist of Barnabé's 1983 album Tubarões Voadores, and participated in presentations and recordings with Itamar Assumpção, the other important name of the Vanguarda. She also recorded with bands of Brazilian rock as Magazine and Joelho de Porco. From 1986, she began to record her own works.
No dia que eu vim-me emboraCaetano Veloso · 1968Vânia Bastos Wikipedia
Loosin YelavCanta Mais · 1994
Por um beijoDiversões Não Eletrônicas · 1997