Something About Cassio Audi You Don’t Know

There is something about Cassio Audi, a popular Brazilian financier that only a few people know. This is about his early music life. Cassio is a creative and multi-talented individual, who started exploring his talents in his youthful years. Before Cassio ventured into the corporate world, together with his teenage friends, namely; Felipe, Yves, Pit, and Andre, formed the Viper Band in 1985 and more information click here.

The Viper band gave the multifaceted Cassio a platform to express his passion, for music and most especially his drumming ability. In addition, he was able to explore his talent as a leader, who united the group, and a drummer who created a name for himself in the international scenes. Moreover, he played a vital role in the band, as the producer of one of their album that was known as ‘The Soldiers of the Rising Sun’. This album comprised of one popular track referred to ‘Signs of the Night and Nightmares’. The album was highly rated, by the then-popular magazines like the Kerrang, Metal Force, and the Metal Hammer. This would be the breaking point of the Viper band, as they were invited to play in a Motorhead opening hosted in Brazil. This would be their turning point into the international music scene and learn more about Cassio Audi.

In the 80s and 90’s the Viper band gained popularity across Brazil. This is due to its hip-hop and rock music that was heavily influenced by the heavy metals, and the Iron Maiden, which was emerging in the industry. Therefore, its array of genres like the alternative rock, power metal, and the thrash metal made it unique and earned more popularity and Cassio Audi’s lacrosse camp.

In 1989, Cassio left the band to pursue his education at the Sao Paulo University that led to his current career as a successful businessman. As a result of incorporating the two talents (music and entrepreneurial), many people enjoy his services, that demonstrate his strong creative mind. However, when time allows, he spends some time writing more music.

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