Modern, original and vigorous. Those are the Best words to describe the songs written by the young songwriter, singer and guitar player Felipe Cazaux, one of the main artists of Brazilian Blues-Rock.
Felipe started his Professional career in 2002, with the extinct band called Double Blues. Nowadays, he is 30 years old, and have made lots of concerts in festivals, Festival de Jazz & Blues de Guaramiranga (BR/CE), Virada Cultural – São Paulo (BR/SP), Ceará Music (BR/CE), Mr. Jones International Blues Festival - Buenos Aires (Argentina), BR Blues – SESC Vila Mariana (BR/SP), Oi Blues By Night (BR/CE), Festival Blues e Imagens – SESC Campos (BR/RJ), and also played at the “Buddy Guy’s Legends” and “Rosa’s Lounge”, both In Chicago (US). Felipe also shared the stage with world’s great musicians, such as James Wheeler, Andreas Kisser (Sepultura), Scott Henderson, John Primer, Eddie C. Campbell, Carlos Johnson and Billy Branch.
The first album, called “Help the Dog!” (2007/Blues Time Records – Tratore), brings the artist to a new level, being considered one of the main songwriters for the new generation of Blues Rock in Brazil. The album has influence of Brazilian Groove, the roots from Delta Blues and Classic Rock.
The second one, “Good Days Have Come”, takes the energy from the stages to the studio, recorded with a power trio, and just few additional instruments. In just three days Felipe has captured all of his powerful voice and guitar skills, with a very solid band.
Felipe Cazaux, is now promoting his new album “Never go Down”, released in 2013, bringing new energy to his composing skills, it’s the heaviest album of his career, and sounds more Rock n’ Roll, with modern guitars and arrangement for the band, the fans already choose this one as the best Felipe’s album. Some people even say that’s one of the best albums in 2013.
The remarkable sound of his vocals and guitar skills has taken the attention for Brazilian Media, where he has notability by Magazines such as Guitar Player, Blues n’ Jazz and others, besides newspaper from where he appears to play, websites about music, radio and TV shows.