VERSATILE: Mike Bevan enjoys playing Brazilian music and is coming to Nambour.
VERSATILE: Mike Bevan enjoys playing Brazilian music and is coming to Nambour. CONTRIBUTED

Embrace Latin grooves

ARMCHAIR travellers can feast on The Sounds of Brazil without leaving the region when Eddie Gazani and Mike Bevan play The Bison Bar, Nambour, tomorrow at 3pm.

Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Gazani now lives in Australia, bringing the Latin grooves of his home to audiences through his deep affinity for the Brazilian seven-string classical guitar.

The accomplished singer and songwriter has performed alongside some of Rio's great Samba and Choro veterans, and draws inspiration from his immense love of music, travel, culture and life itself.

Good friend and fellow musician Bevan studied jazz guitar in New York and Boston and Brazilian music in Brazil.

He has performed jazz, blues and Brazilian music locally, nationally and internationally for many years.

Both have recorded numerous CDs and have performed at festivals all around the world.

Choro, Samba, Bossa Nova and Jazz are sumptuously presented with beautiful arrangements, intricate passages and lush melodies.

They will be joined by special guest and violin virtuoso Rebecca Karlen for this special show which is touring Queensland.

The Bison Bar is in C-Square off Currie St.

Tickets for $15 can be booked online or bought at the door, if available.

Visit www.trybooking. com/LIUI


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