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 "Breaking Boundaries: Luciano Leães, First Brazilian Pianist to Grace the New Orleans Jazz Museum Stage, Sets Sights on Recording Innovative Album in the Heart of Jazz, Fusing South American and New Orleans Rhythms for a Unique Sound"   

  Bootleg Ideas / Demos / Rehearsals  


Inspired by the timeless sounds of New Orleans, Leães seeks to capture the essence of the city's vibrant music scene, evoking the spirit of classics like "The Bright Mississippi" and "Wild Sound of New Orleans" by Allen Toussaint, "Dom Salvador" de Dom Salvador e "Tábua de Esmeralda" de Jorge Ben".

However, Leães' musical journey extends far beyond the borders of New Orleans. Influenced by a diverse array of old and modern instrumental records, Leães incorporates elements of South American rhythms and melodies into his compositions, creating a fusion that is both timeless and contemporary.

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