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Daniela Mercury is once again taking on Salvador's Carnaval, this time for three nights. In a festival showcasing many great performing artists, she shines.
In a move she says is both symbolic and political, Daniela Mercury will marry Malu Verçosa on October 12, which is also the public holiday Brazilians celebrate for Our Lady Aparecida.
Last week the United Nations announced Daniela Mercury would join the United Nations' Free and Equal Campaign for LGBT rights.
Brazil’s leading female recording artist, Daniel Mercury, has come out via Instagram: she posted a picture of her and her partner, Malu Verçosa.
Maimbê Dandá is one of my favorite Daniela Mercury songs; the lyrics combined with the energy sums up the passion of Brazilian culture and music.
Daniela Mercury's “O Canto da Cidade” sums up the joy and energy of Carnaval, as shown in the video below.
To score an idea of what Carnaval 2013 in Salvador is all about, check out Daniela Mercury's performance of “Rapunzel” in this video.
Daniela Mercury had her native Salvador da Bahia in the palm of her hand as she electrified Carnaval 2013 with her performance tonight.
Last night in Salvador, Daniela Mercury regaled locals and guests with a practice run-through joined by the cultural advocacy group Olodum.
Daniela Mercury, the soul of Brazilian music, will perform once again during Salvador da Bahia’s Carnaval, which starts tomorrow.
This year Carnaval 2013 will be held February 7 to 13, and Daniela Mercury is performing three nights. Don't miss her!
If you live in Brazil, there is an opportunity to join Daniela Mercury for her annual Carnaval procession in Salvador early next year.
This has been an emotional week for Brazil as its people, including Daniela Mercury said good-bye to one of its most incredible citizens: Oscar Niemeyer.
You do not need to understand Portuguese to appreciate the innovation, energy and passion that Daniela Mercury infuses into her music: she is truly Full of Grace.
Recently Daniela Mercury was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award for her Canibalia Ao Vivo album, a brilliant montage of the best musical beats Brazil offers.