ARPOADOR STONES

ARPOADOR STONES

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Rock - Hard Rock | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Total Song Plays: 4   
Member Since: 2002
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Press Info

All songs performing by ARPOADOR STONE are in Portuguese language, but they say that when they are going overseasSamy David will sing in English as well

Influences

Rolling Stones,The Who,Jimi hendrix,Led Zepelin

Bio

The ARPOADOR STONE BAND is now in studio making his third album, that’s going to go out now, in a few days, it will be a single with three powerful musics.

Arpoador Stone is a band composed with veterans beach’s musicians adept to basic rock and roll. It is a regional and original sound with a love, protest, and strong conscientization mensage poetry in Portuguese language from Brazil, that transcends the local and personal plan and target a universal one.
Samy David vocal and lyrics. At 1991 Samy David did produce “Oca Carioca” his first independent album. In his solo career he performed and open many shows from very famous brazilians bands. like Sugar Blues at Arpoador etc.
Markinho Oliveira guitars and music composer, he plays since 70 years and his last band was "Inferno Colorido.
Ronaldo Jones – Bass just enter the band now, he also plays since the seventies and he was the bass from “Sangue da Cidade Band” and others bands.
Fernando Rossi - Drums Arrived at Arpoador Stone togheter with Ronaldo Jones.

Arpoador Stone Started at 1997 and did produce two albuns indie allready. The first one at 1999 with two singles and the second Devil’s Beach at 2001 that had Geraldo Darbilly on the music direction and final mixed.

On his third work three songs will arrive by the wave.
Guerra e Paz ( War and Peace)
Insatisfeito ( Insatisfaction)
Justiça Covarde ( Coward Justice )
All the three songs speaks about our worries for todays days, recalling for freedom,