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Seu Jorge City Winery Boston
80 Beverly Street
Boston, MA
August 20, 2018
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:30 PM
Price: VIP $75, Front premier $55, Premier $50, Bar stool $45
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First show 7:00PM - 8:30PM, second show 10:00 PM - 11:30PM

 

Jorge Mário da Silva was born in 1970 in Belford Roxo in Rio de Janeiro, and soon knew that he wanted to be a musician. He went through several jobs since he was 10 years old, was a frequenter of dances and samba wheels in Rio and started singing early in the evening. He left home at age 19 and was a homeless for a few years, where he made his first contact with the theater. Discovered by clarinetist Paulo Moura, he auditioned for a musical and since then his life has completely changed.

Seu Jorge (nickname given by friend and drummer Marcelo Yuka) achieved his first professional achievement as a musician in 1998: member of the band Farofa Carioca, released the album Moro in Brazil in Portugal, Japan and Brazil. In 2001 he released the first solo album Samba Esporte Fino, produced by Mário Caldato and Seu Jorge, mixed and mastered in Los Angeles. The following year he composed with Ed Motta the song "Has space in the Van" and also realized the project of samba of high party called Caatinga of Swing, with presentations in a nightclub in the zone south of Rio and Skol Rio.

In 2003 he recorded the album CRU in Itaipava, with the French music producer Jerome Pigeon, and that same year composed in partnership with the singer Ana Carolina, the songs Beat of the Beata and Do not talk that way for the album of her great success, Estampado. In 2004 he recorded in Rome the video clip of the song Tive Razão, with participation of the actors Willen Dafoe and Bill Murray, directed by Mariana Jorge. Then he released the DVD MTV Presents Seu Jorge and composed with the musician BID the track And then for the album Bambas and biritas Vol. 1. For two consecutive years (2003 and 2004) he won the APCA [Paulista Art Critics Association] award for best singer of the year.

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