Live Video and a Free MP3 from Brazilian Maestro Arthur Verocai's L.A. Visit
Recently Brazilian composer and guitar maestro Arthur Verocai took Los Angeles by storm.
Arthur Verocai in 1972
Then, the maestro, whose 1970s works are sacrosanct to beat heads and vinyl aficionados, first stopped by KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic for his U.S. live radio debut.
Verocai played some of his inimitable compositions, chatted with Jason Bentley and, in the middle of the showcase, celebrated his birthday.
On Friday, Verocai followed that up with a 14-piece-band (only 12 pieces were advertised) to the Los Angeles Theater Center for an intimate performance of lushly orchestrated numbers.
Sounds great right? But now you're sad that you missed it all?
Don't worry. In the following clips, you can watch Bentley interview Mochilla's B+ about the living legend, plus Verocai's performance on MBE, as well as enjoy a nicely crafted video of the maestro's LATC appearance.
Oh and a free mp3 from the show? Got that too.