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Cine + Master Blues - Exibição do filme Godfather and Sons + Debates Nuno Mindelis / Mario Bortolotto + Platéia
Exibição Filme Red, White and Blues + Debates Nuno Mindelis + Mario Bortolotto + Platéia
Exibição Filme Piano Blues + Debates Nuno MIndelis e Mario Bortolotto + Platéia
Sounds Like: The Jimi Hendrix Experience Official Page, Eric Clapton, Johnny Winter Blues, BB King, Carlos Santana
Label: beastmusic records
Manager: beastmusic (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Born in Cabinda (Angola), Eastern Africa on Aug. 7, 1957, Nuno Mindelis became a guitar enthusiast at the very young age of 5. By the age of 9 he began building and playing self-made guitars.
A primary influence at that time was Otis Redding and his great rhythm section, Booker T. & The MG's, ma...See Full Bio
“Born in Angola, Nuno Mindelis is ethnically Portuguese. He was forced along with his family to flee Angola because of the civil war in the mid 1970s, at the age of 17. He spent a year living with a cousin in Montreal, Canada in 1975, until was finally able to arrive in Brazil in 1976. Mindelis came to prominence in the 1990s with his first album Blues and Dirivados. He is now recognized by most in Brazil as being their best blues guitarist. He was also recognized by Guitar Magazine as being among the worldwide elite in a 1998 competition. Over the course of his career, Mindelis has recorded two albums in the late 1990s with Double Trouble (Tommy Shannon and Chris Layton). His most recent album was recorded with Duke Robillard's Band and was produced by Robillard himself. Nuno Mindelis has recorded a total of eight studio albums so far.”