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Sunday Afternoon Brazilian Shred: Andre Nieri, "Brazilian Fusion"

Here's a terrific new guitarist (new to me, anyway!) with a really impressive live performance. Check out the sections in which he stows the pick away somewhere and unleashes some amazing finger-picking technique. Mais um episódio do Two Tone Sessions, dessa vez registrando a gravação do EP ao vivo do Andre Nieri em 04/03/2016, com uma formação no estilo "Power Trio" com Bruno Valverde na bateria e Junior Braguinha no Baixo.
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