By Fiona Hurrell, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Brazilian Rock legend Raul Seixas first found fame in the 1960s with his debut album Raulzito e Os Panteras. Known by his fans as the father of Brazilian Rock, Seixas enjoyed a career of dizzying heights. Sadly, however, poor health blighted the talented musician who died from pancreatitis at the age of 44 years old.
Loosing her father when she was just a child, Raul’s youngest daughter Vivi later went on to follow in her father’s footsteps, carving her own career in the music industry as a prominent . . .