By Maíra Amorim, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - The story behind the band Paralamas do Sucesso is one of courage and strength. After a tragic accident in 2001 that almost killed the lead singer, Herbert Vianna, they promptly got back on track and forged ahead with their successful career as a rock-pop band.
The group is now releasing their 19th album, “Brasil Afora” (Around Brazil) at Canecão, on Friday and Saturday, June 26th and 27th.
Paralamas was created in 1977 with the pairing of Herbet Vianna and Bi Ribeiro, who had the sole intention of producing unpretentious . . .