This composer, singer, and guitarist from Santo Andre, state of Sao Paulo, came to the U.S in 2012 to attend an international festival in Las Vegas. He decided to stay and months later was already working at the Mandalay Bay hotel and casino, and then began performing at Sambalatte nights. In Vegas he also performed in other casinos on the strip like the Monte Carlo until he decided to move to San Diego just after this first visit to the city.
Since then, he has participated in four Brazilian Day San Diego, the largest outdoor Brazilian event in the west coast, performing in several hot spots venues in California, and has recorded with the famous producer Alan Sanderson (winner of three Grammys with the Rolling Stones) among other things. Since 2015 Andre Monari has also a project called “Chocolate Soup” in partnership with his drummer and friend Michael Atesalph.