14 Bis (band)

14 Bis
14 Bis is a Brazilian pop-rock band.wikipedia
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Flávio Venturini

Flávio Hugo Venturini
Flávio Venturini and Vermelho, two founding members of 14 Bis, were also members of the Clube da Esquina band.
In 1979 found the group 14 Bis, by which he made success between 1980 and 1989, when he left the group to begin a solo career.

O Terço

The band was formed in 1979 in the state of Minas Gerais, when the members of two bands, O Terço and "Bendegó" decided to merge.
O Terço's musicians were widely successful in other Brazilian groups, chiefly 14 Bis, which had a softer and less progressive sound.

Clube da Esquina

Brazilian music artists collective
Flávio Venturini and Vermelho, two founding members of 14 Bis, were also members of the Clube da Esquina band.

Belo Horizonte

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Also, several nationally famous rock groups have been founded in Belo Horizonte, including Jota Quest, Pato Fu, Skank, 14 Bis and Tianastácia.

Brazilian rock

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In the late 1970s, the progressive reference still was felt in Guilherme Arantes and 14 Bis (band).

Cláudio Venturini

One year later he was co-founder of the band 14 Bis, formerly besides his brother Flávio and where he persists nowadays.

Alberto Santos-Dumont

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The band took its name from Santos-Dumont's 14 Bis airplane.

Santos-Dumont 14-bis

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The band took its name from Santos-Dumont's 14 Bis airplane.

Minas Gerais

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The band was formed in 1979 in the state of Minas Gerais, when the members of two bands, O Terço and "Bendegó" decided to merge.

Música popular brasileira

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Música popular brasileira is a strong element in many of 14 Bis compositions.

Progressive rock

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The influence of progressive rock and caipira (hillbilly) is evident in many of its compositions, such as in their use of analog keyboards and complex vocal arrangements.

Caipira

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The influence of progressive rock and caipira (hillbilly) is evident in many of its compositions, such as in their use of analog keyboards and complex vocal arrangements.

Alternative rock

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