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Walk for Peace opens V WSF

Representatives from Asia, America, Africa, Europe and Oceania will take part in the walk and in the concert which will highlight the beginning of the activities of the meeting. Drums for peace; Amit Heri and Rabbi Shergil; Sombrero Luminoso; Snuff Puppets and Les Diables del Forum, de Pere Ferrer ee Silvia medeiros; Luck Mervil; Qbeta; Ma'Afrika; Gilberto Gil; Bersuit
Vergarabat; La Phaze and Manu Chao have confirmed their presence.

Concerts programme
The opening concert will begin with the Indian jazz band Amit Heri and the folk-rock singer and composer Rabbi Shergil. They will represent the transition from India, where the WSF was held in 2004, to Porto Alegre. Their performance will be 50 minutes long.

Gaucho sound
After that, gauchos from Sombrero Luminoso will ake their rock cucaracha to the stage, with their lyrics in “portunhol”. Created in 2000, Sombrero Luminoso broaches love with a tenuous humour, giving the lyrics a strong latin characteristic. The band shows in its works influences by Ramones, Bob Dylan, Beatles, Charly Garcia, among others. The presentation will be 20 minutes long. - World Social Forum


Discography

Buena Onda (2001)
Ahora Que Somos Amigos (
Chiuaua (2007)

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Bio

Beginning of 2000. In the south of (South) América, SOMBRERO LUMINOSO, a Latin World Music band, bursts onto the musical scene, singing a mix of Portuguese and Spanish – the “Portunish” – a dialect which is spoken in the borders of Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay.

Combining bolero, rock, ‘milonga’ (typical southern Brazilian music) and reggae in an irreverent concert, Sombrero Luminoso puts the South American Latin-like Pop music on display. They define their music as the “Paraguayan-type rock music”: as legitimate as the hawkers’ goods along the Uruguay River. Furtively declared. Remarkably predictable. Intelligently ignorant. Peacefully desperate. Coldly visceral.