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Celso Fonseca's solo career is better late than never

By James Reed
Globe Staff / September 9, 2005

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It's one thing to be a late bloomer, but it's another to launch your solo music career at age 40. That's the path Brazilian singer-songwriter Celso Fonseca has followed after more than 20 years of working behind the scenes with some of his country's most legendary performers, as a backup musician, songwriter, and celebrated producer. (Full article: 814 words)

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