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Bianca Rossini CD
set cell vertical height Bianca Rossini’s “Kiss of Brasil” to Debut as All Original Bossa Nova Album

For release: June 3, 2011
For more information, visit Bianca Rossini’s website

Multi-talented singer/songwriter Bianca Rossini will seduce you with the pulse of Brazil.

   Producer Peter Roberts of BDM Records recently announced the release of multi-talented, singer and songwriter Bianca Rossini’s debut album, Kiss of Brasil. The evocative original songs of Kiss of Brasil are destined to become Bossa Nova classics alongside of those written by João Giberto and Antonio Carlos Jobim; the “fathers” of Bossa Nova. Kiss of Brasil’s intoxicating beat is the new extended genre of Brazilian music that’s taking over the cool jazz movement. One does not have to understand Portuguese to get caught up in the emotion and the passion that Bianca delivers.

    Kiss of Brasil offers mesmerizing songs, like: Ipanema Paraiso, Nós Dois, and Corazón de Oro, that are destined to become hits. The album contains songs which were co-written with Marilyn Berglas, Harvey Mason, Peter Roberts, Ken Hirsch, Steve Rawlins and Patrick Lockwood. The album also includes performances by Grant Geissman, Jimmy Roberts, Grecco Buratto, Roberto Montero, Marco Tulio, and Sandro Feliciano.

    Taking a cue from her friend and co-writer, music critic Don Heckman, Bianca created an album that is sure to fan the flames of romance. Bianca grew up with international musical influences, and has always had a gift for composing lyrics and music. She has co-written with Brazil's leading composer and singer Sergio Santos, Claudio Nucci and Andre Mehmari. In the LA area, Bianca has also written with Dana Kaproff, Jon Gilutin, Michael Levine, Don Heckman and Glenn Scott Lacey. Bianca has stopped counting after writing more than 350 songs in less than 2 years!

About Bianca Rossini

   A significant voice in Brazilian music, Rio de Janeiro-born, Los Angeles based Bianca Rossini is renowned for her sensuous performances of Bossa Nova, Samba and Bolero at the forefront of L.A.'s current wave of Brazilian music. Kiss of Brasil is the latest achievement in Bianca’s multi- faceted career, which includes featured film and television acting roles opposite stars that include James Spader, Hector Elizondo, Richard Dreyfuss, Christian Slater, Dick Van Dyke and Dom DeLuise. Bianca also appeared in Moon Over Parador, The Fast One, Brainiacs, Mobsters, and Bad Influence. Bianca has composed music for TV series The Sentinel and Chicago Hope. She produced and hosted over 100 weekly Los Angeles TV talk shows, "The Bianca Rossini Show," Bianca has authored three books: Love in Black and White, with photographs by Michael Kenna, A Brazilian Heart – Rubies, Murder, Love and Other Poems, and Julia – Confessions of a Brazilian Super Model. "Kiss of Brasil" is Bianca's debut all original Bossa Nova album.

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