CéU   May 4th at the Aladdin theater in Portland Oregon




a Brazilian Singer Songwriter from Sao Paulo. her name means “Sky” in Portuguese. her father was a composer.

Ceu Aladdin May 4th

Ceu Aladdin May 4th

Track listing of Ceu

  1. “Vinheta Quebrante” – 0:53
  2. “Lenda” – 4:19
  3. “Malemolência” – 2:54
  4. “Roda” – 5:18
  5. “Rainha” – 3:39
  6. “10 Contados” - 3:27
  7. “Vinheta Dorival” – 0:31
  8. “Mais Um Lamento” – 4:48
  9. “Concrete Jungle” – 3:32
  10. “Véu Da Noite” – 6:17
  11. “Valsa Pra Biu Roque” - 2:49
  12. “Ave Cruz” – 3:27
  13. “O Ronco Da Cuíca” – 3:23
  14. “Bobagem” – 2:19
  15. “Samba Na Sola” – 5:39

Originally issued in 2005 on the São Paulo-based Urba Jungle and Beto Villares’ Ambulante Discos, CéU was picked up by Six Degrees/Starbucks/Hear Music in the US and UK (in partenrship with WhatMusic), by LCL in Canada, JVC in Japan and Oplus in France and in the Netherlands. CéU has a Latin Grammy nomination for “best new artist” of 2006 and just received a Grammy nomination for “Best Contemporary World Music Album.” of 2007. She is also riding high on a wave of international success in France, where the influential Les Inrockuptibles recognized her as one of the top 5 musical revelations of 2005, Holland, and Italy, as well as in Canada, where she was recently the fourth highest-selling artist for the Archambault chain of music shops while simultaneously holding the number 32 slot on the pop charts. Debut album in the U.S. with Six Degrees Records as the first international artist on Starbucks’ Hear Music Debut Series. Her album was received with critical praise from NPR’s Morning Edition, The Associated Press, Reuters, and many more, hailing her as “…a fresh new face in the Brazilian music scene.” Her album has sound scanned over 90,000 copies to date, making her the biggest selling Brazilian artist of 2007. CéU reached unprecedented chart numbers for a Brazilian female artist — 1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers (New Artist) Chart, 57 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 1 on Billboard’s World Music charts. In 2008, CéU received a Grammy nomination for “Best Contemporary World Music Album” of 2007 for her debut album CéU.

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