Southampton-based samba rock band Tuto Tribe will be playing a gig on home turf next month, when they take to the stage at Whiskey Blue on Friday, 24th February.
Brazilian extrovert, Tuto, and his tribe of musicians perform joyful, fun-fuelled and interactive shows with their modern, bright Brazilian sound with catchy, sing-along hooks and rhythms influenced by samba, rock, Jamaican music and jazz.
Described as the offspring of the Doors and Jorge Ben with songs written about love, life, travel and world citizenship, a Tuto Tribe show makes you feel like you’re on a holiday you never realized you were going on.
From the streets of Sao Paulo to the avenues of Southampton, via Argentina, South Africa, Germany and Italy, Tuto has made England his home. The second son of a Brazilian father and Italian mother, he first learned his stagecraft in the teenage punk and hardcore band he formed. Following a period playing bass for his brother’s funk-reggae band, Tuto left Brazil in search of adventure, playing across Europe as a street artist, not without its challenges. Since moving to the UK in 2016, Tuto has developed his stage presence and music, connected with many, many people and today, is a resident artist for Revolucion de Cuba, performs in various venues and festivals, including Victorious in 2022 (on the World Music Stage).
Tuto and his multinational tribe bring vibrancy to their shows, always get an audience dancing and invite you to the party.
For more information about the Southampton gig next month, visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/679425420347522
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