Sergio Murilo e Snakes Sergio Murilo e Snakes
One of the earliest idols of Brazilian rock in the '50s, Sérgio Murilo was appointed the "King of Rock" by the Revista do Rock magazine for his versions of North-American hits by Paul Anka and Neil Sedaka. Having started at 12 as a singer in radio shows, he soon became a regular at Rádio Tamoio. In 1958, he debuted in the cinema with Alegria de Viver, and in the next year he recorded his first single, containing "Menino Triste" and "Mudou Muito." With hits like "Broto Legal," "Rock de Morte," and "Marcianita," he was invited to record his first LP, Sérgio Murilo.

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