Singer. He was born in Rio de Janeiro and died in Sao Paulo (Brazil). He and his band Barao Vermelho triumphed in the 80s. He become one of the most important pop-rock singers from Brazil. He is remembered for his songs Todo Amor que Houver Nessa Vida, Maior Abandonado, Exagerado and Precizo Dizer que te Amo, and his albums Barao Vermelho, Ideologia and Burguesia. He was awarded in 1998 for the best pop-rock singer in Brazil. Also he composed the soundtrack of famous brazilian film, played by Lauro Corona, Bete Balanço. His real name was Agenor de Miranda Araújo Neto. Cause of death: AIDS.
Bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni