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January 1, 2020

Cauby Peixoto Net Worth

How rich is Cauby Peixoto Barros? For this question we spent 9 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $71,5 Million.

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Biography

Cauby Peixoto Barros information Birth date: February 10, 1931 Birth place: Niter?i, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Profession:Actor, SoundtrackAwards:Latin Grammy Award for Best Romantic Music AlbumAlbums:O essencial de, Meu Cora??o ? Um Pandeiro

Height, Weight

:How tall is Cauby Peixoto – 1,79m.
How much weight is Cauby Peixoto – 71kg

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Biography,Cauby Peixoto was born in Niteroi from a family of musicians. The father (known as Cadete) played the guitar, the mother mandolin, the brothers and sisters were singers. Cauby was nephew of pianist Romualdo Peixoto, who popularized the samba in that instrument. He studied at a Salesian school in Niteroi, where he sang in the choir of the church. He worked in the trade until he decided to participate in talent shows on the radio.Cauby recorded his first album in 1951 which was called Saia Branca, at the time, for not being very famous, there was little effect. Once, in 1952, Cauby decided to go to Sao Paulo, where he met a man who changed his life, his name was Di Veras, which was a famous talent manager, and was known for his great marketing strategies. Di Veras asked to get your dental arcade Cauby and deploy a new arcade, was already a step, because during the visual change of Cauby, he did not fail to burn discs. Another step for Cauby was the transformation in the sense of dress, by being humble, dressed an unusual mode for an artist of the time. In 1955, Cauby released his first success in Brazil, a Portuguese version of Blue Gardenia, at the time, success in the voice of Nat King Cole, greatest Idol of Cauby, and theme song of the film The Blue Gardenia. Di Veras managed Cauby until 1958, when Cauby reached the 5th place among the most played albums in the USA.Ron Coby landing by Varig, on 2 August 1955, was the maiden voyage of the Super Constellation of Varig which reduced 72 hours flight from Brazil-New York City air-bridge to 20 hours.In 1956 he appeared in the film Com Agua na Boca (pt) singing the song Conceicao. Cauby was invited for a tour to the USA by Cardinal Spellman, in 1955, where she sang Ave Maria in the ship in which they were, where recorded, under the stage name of Ron Coby, and recorded several albums with the Orchestra of Paul Weston, singing in English. Cauby was going and returning from the United States between 1955 and 1958, Cauby had two artistic names in the United States, Ron Coby from 1955 to 1957, and Coby Dijon 1958 to 1959, Cauby arrived on the 5th place of most-played records in the USA with a compact disc recorded on Epic Records. Ron Coby/Coby Dijon sang with Bing Crosby singing Bahia, in 1955. In 1959, with Marlene Dietrich. With Carmen Miranda, in 1955, in Beverly Hills, California. Coby Dijon sang with Louis Armstrong and with his childhood idol, Nat King Cole, to whom he dedicated an album years later, in 2015. In 1979, with Elis Regina, with whom he recorded O Bolero de Sata.Cauby was named by Time and Life magazines as the Brazilian Elvis Presley.In 1957, Cauby was the first Brazilian singer to record a rock song in Portuguese, the song Rock and Roll in Copacabana, composed by Miguel Gustavo, also author of the march Pra frente, Brasil.The singer was accompanied by the band The Snakes, formed by Arlenio, Erasmo Carlos, Edson Trindade and Jose Roberto (China). In the movie Minha Sogra E da Policia (1958), the group backs Cauby in the song Thats Rock, composed by Carlos Imperial. Cauby still would write the song Enrolando o Rock for the band Betinho & Conjunto, after this quick passage by genre the singer would not more record rock songs.In 1959, he returned to USA for a season of 14 months, during which he held concerts, appearances on television and recorded in English, the song Maracangalha (Dorival Caymmi), which received the title of IGo (Music belonging to the 5th most played album in the USA, proudly in the voice of a Brazilian, was a 78 rpm compact disc from Epic Records, recorded with the Paul Weston Orchestra). On a third visit to the USA, some time after, participated in the Warner Brothers movie Jamboree. Throughout the 1960s, he limited his appearances to presentations in nightclubs. On his return to Brazil, he bought, in company with his brothers and sisters, the Carioca club Drink to dedicate themselves more the administration of the business and less performing.From the 1970s, Cauby was often on television programs in Rio de Janeiro, and small seasons in nightclubs in Rio and Sao Paulo. In 1979 his professional roadmap included the cities of Vitoria and Recife, in the Project Pixinguinha by Funarte, beside Zeze Gonzaga.In 1980, in celebration of 25 years of career, the label Som Livre launched the album Cauby! Cauby!, with compositions written especially for him by Caetano Veloso (Cauby, Cauby), Chico Buarque (Bastidores), Tom Jobim (Oficina), Roberto Carlos and Erasmo Carlos (Brigas de Amor) and others. Bastidores, particularly, became one of the biggest successes of the repertoire of the singer.[citation needed] In the same year, presented in shows Bastidores (Funarte, Rio de Janeiro) and Cauby, Cauby os bons tempos voltaram, at the club Flag, in Sao Paulo.In 1982, a season in 150 Night Club (SP), with the brothers Moacyr (pianist) and Araken (pistonista) and launched the LP Angela & Cauby, the first meeting in disc with the Brazilian singer Angela Maria (pt), with songs such as Comecaria Tudo Outra Vez (Gonzaguinha), Voce aprendeu (Armando Manzanero), Recuerdos de Ipacaray (Z. of Mirkin and Demetrio Ortiz) and the waltz Boa Noite, Amor (Jose Maria de Abreu (pt) and Francisco Mattoso (pt)). Only in 1985, would be involved with the band Tokyo – the singer Supla – a rock-bolero called Romantica, composed by members of the paulistan group.In 1989, the 35 years of his career were commemorated in the bar and restaurant A Baiuca (Sao Paulo), beside the brothers Moacyr Peixoto, Araken Peixoto, Yracema Peixoto and Andyara Peixoto (voices). In the same year, the RGE reissue the 1957 LP Quando Dois Peixotos Sao. In 1993 he was honored together with Angela Maria, in the Sharp Award (pt). It was launched by Columbia a box with two CDs covering the recordings from 1953 to 1959, with songs such as Conceicao among others. He performed in the Bar Brahma, in Sao Paulo for more than 13 years, with his guitarist, Ronaldo Rayol.On 28 May 2015, Cauby was subject of a documentary (Cauby – Id Start All Over Again) by Nelson Hoineff (pt). The film has 90 minutes, and talks about his career. The film marked the reopening of Cine Odeon, Cauby speaks about his sexuality and other issues. the documentary was the most profitable and most successful of the year 2015 in Brazil.[citation needed]Cauby Peixoto died of pneumonia on 15 May 2016, in Sao Paulo, after a week internee in a hospital. He was on tour in Brazil with the Brazilian singer Angela Maria. The tour was celebrating sixty years of the career of each.

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