Stacie Aamon continues her tour in Rio de Janeiro with a live performance at MELT, in Leblon.
Stacie Aamon continues her Rio de Janeiro tour with a live performance at Leviano, in Rio's historic Lapa.
Stacie Aamon begins her Brazilian tour here in Rio, with her debut live performance at Teatro Solar de Botafogo.
Join me as I perform at the biggest event in Brasil's history: CARNAVAL! I am honored to have been invited by Brasilian singer/songwriter Dao to sing with his Trio Electrico in his "bloco" Quilombola Soul!
Stacie Aamon returns to the stage with Brasilian Singer-Songwriter Dao and his band Caravanablack to share her unique blend of American and Brasilian soulful covers, as well as original songs.
Bio: February Story the EP is a musical story that overcomes, because the path to healing takes many turns. For emerging songwriting, vocalist and cellist Stacie Aamon that journey led her to create stirringly beautiful songs of vulnerability balanced by the power within all of us to overcome. As a M...See Full Bio
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“The New York singer Stacie Aamon first set foot in Salvador in 2006 to celebrate her 30th birthday. With a group of friends, they were in town for two weeks. Stacie remembers crying when she returned to the United States. "I saw that Bahia was a special place." ...She left her job at a hospital, where she worked as a music therapist, and spent five months here, studying Portuguese and discovering the city... Stacie returned to the U.S., but realized that the place of her spirit - and her sound - was here in Bahia. This time, she says she will "perhaps stay forever." The apex of the partnership with [Brasilian singer-songwriter] Dao happened during Carnival this year, when they headed up the trio Quilombolasoul. "It was surreal, wonderful, incredible and crazy." Her desire now is to establish a bridge between African-American music and Brazilian music...and to finally inherit a Bahian accent for her Portuguese.”