The Ipanema Sun bring us the warmth of Brazil for all three hours of The Sunday Brazilian Brunch this weekend. Click on the ‘Play’ button at the bottom of any page to listen live.
Bundle up? Or cozy up?
It’s ‘birthday week’ for Antonio Carlos Jobim, and with nearly half the country battling some serious cold and snow this weekend, let’s leave it all behind and head for the golden sun of Ipanema with a guided tour of some of its most famous musical stories.
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Yep, with all of the cold and bluster from coast to coast and north to south, January has turned out to be no bargain.
Thanks to Las Vegas and Barry Manilow, it’s Copacabana that usually captures the world’s attention when it comes to Rio de Janeiro’s beach scene. “… the hottest spot south of Havana!”
But today on The Sunday Brazilian Brunch, we’re in search of the Ipanema Sun, where the Carioca Chic chill to a bronzed glow along the South Atlantic surf.
Ipanema was Antonio Carlos Jobim’s zip code and it’s where Bossa Nova was born. All along its straight-line beach stretch from the rocky point of Arpoador to the impressive rise of the Dois Irmaos mountain, there are stories to be told and music to be shared.
We’ll do plenty of both during this week’s show as we celebrate Anotnio Carlos Jobim’s birthday by chasing the warmth of the Ipanema sun.
You’re welcome to join me… don’t forget the sun screen!
See you Sunday!
– Scott Adams
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Sunday’s Recipe: Savor The Warmth of Brazil!
The cold weather begs for a seasonal Brazilian treat so try an easy recipe for Warmed Brazilian Spiced Cider, my original take on Brazil’s traditional Quintao, click the image below for how to do it, along with the story behind this one-of-a-kind sipper, plus a perfectly-paired song, too! Of course.
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Listen Live! Sundays only, for three full hours beginning at 5 am, 9 am and 2 pm Central time every Sunday for The Sunday Brazilain Brunch: plenty of great music and a story or two. Or tune in for the Brazilian Brunch nightcap at 8 pm CT.
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