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Sá & Guarabyra

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Biografia

Brazilian folk rock duo Sá e Guarabyra’s began their musical journey in 1971 as trio Sá, Rodrix e Guarabyra. Comprised of singer/songwriter guitarists Luiz Carlos Sá, Guttemberg Guarabyra and Zé Rodrix (real name: José Rodrigues Trindade), the trio released two successful albums – Passado, Presente, e Futuro (1972) and Terra (1973) – before Zé Rodrix left, and the two remaining members continued as a duo. Sá e Buarabyra released Nunca, their first album since Rodrix’s departure, in 1974. Several more studio albums followed – Cadernos de Viagem (1975), Pirão de Peixe com Pimenta (1977) and Quatro (1979) – before the release of their first live album Dez Anos Juntos in 1982. The album contained the track “Dona”, which was later covered by popular rock group Roupa Nova and became one of the most popular songs of 1985. Sá e Guarabyra continued to record and tour throughout the rest of the 1980s and through the 1990s. Former member Zé Rodrix returned to the group for a 30th anniversary tour and live album in 2001 and he remained for one studio album – 2009’s Amanhã – before his death on May 22, 2009. The remaining duo returned in 2018 with the album Cinaomomo.