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Badi Assad: Guitar-Driven Brazilian Pop

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Badi Assad performs in the Soundcheck studio. Badi Assad performs in the Soundcheck studio. (Michael Katzif / WNYC)

Brazilian guitarist Badi Assad comes from a thoroughly musical family. Her brothers, Sergio and Odair, are a world-renowned classical guitar duo. But Assad — considered one of the greatest guitarists in Brazil — was inspired by a new addition to the family on her latest album, Between Love and Luck: her baby daughter. Assad wrote 70 songs for her new-born as she was crafting the album, which features her brand of delicious Brazilian guitar pop.

Hear Assad perform a solo acoustic set in the Soundcheck studio.

 

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Comments [1]

James

Badi Assad plays the guitar like nobody's business!! Love her voice too, the new cd rocks! Love you badi!

Jan. 18 2014 12:03 PM

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