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They performed more than 40, times between and , recorded more than 1, songs and sold over million albums despite never performing outside of Brazil. The brothers quickly began to learn and play songs and had their first concert on August 15, Along with their cousin Miguel, the brothers performed as Trio da Roca. The trio became known locally via radio broadcasts. Tonico took up work in a quarry and cement factory while Tinoco turned to shining shoes and highway construction during Brazil's economic crisis and the onset of World War II. With city life proving unbearable, the family returned to farming in the countryside. By now the Perez brothers were performing as a duo, and their return to their rural home afforded them opportunity to perform live on the radio while they continued to travel to the city on Sundays to pick up extra work. During the recording session, the brothers sang so loudly as they did on the farm that they overloaded and broke the microphone. The following year the duo broke through with the single "Chico Mineiro" making Tonico e Tinoco the most famous sertaneja duo in Brazil and making it possible for the brothers to buy a home for their family. While the film was in production, Tonico nearly died from tuberculosis and his brother Chiquinho filled in for him for both radio and studio appearances.
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We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy. In almost 50 years, they launched over 1, songs, 85 78 rpm albums, 30 singles, 81 LPs, and 17 CDs including collections. Included among the songs turned classics by their interpretations are "Chico Mineiro" with F. They beat 32 other violeiros, were hired for the radio's cast, and given their stage names by the experienced Furtado. Their recording of "Tristezas do Jeca" in became another hit. During the '40s and '50s, they expanded their popularity playing in every upcountry venue and writing and performing 25 theater plays and comedies. Of those, 12 duos were selected to record an album through Continental. The duo was dissolved with Tonico's demise in , but Tinoco continued to perform and record. Listen to Tonico e Tinoco now.

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They performed more than 40, times between and , recorded more than 1, songs and sold over million albums despite never performing outside of Brazil. The brothers quickly began to learn and play songs and had their first concert on August 15, Along with their cousin Miguel, the brothers performed as Trio da Roca. The trio became known locally via radio broadcasts. Tonico took up work in a quarry and cement factory while Tinoco turned to shining shoes and highway construction during Brazil's economic crisis and the onset of World War II.

With city life proving unbearable, the family returned to farming in the countryside. By now the Perez brothers were performing as a duo, and their return to their rural home afforded them opportunity to perform live on the radio while they continued to travel to the city on Sundays to pick up extra work.

During the recording session, the brothers sang so loudly as they did on the farm that they overloaded and broke the microphone. The following year the duo broke through with the single "Chico Mineiro" making Tonico e Tinoco the most famous sertaneja duo in Brazil and making it possible for the brothers to buy a home for their family.

While the film was in production, Tonico nearly died from tuberculosis and his brother Chiquinho filled in for him for both radio and studio appearances. Despite fears that Tonico would not be able to sing after surgery, the duo were soon performing again at full caliber.

Another film followed in — A Marca da Ferradura The Mark of the Horseshoe by Nelson Teixeira Mendes and the following year the duo recorded a tribute album to Raul Torres which was completed two months after the singer died.

Tonico died shortly thereafter. He was 91 years old. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved October 8, Retrieved April 18, Order of Cultural Merit Brazil.

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