Briscoe, Megan
December 2003
Indianapolis Monthly;Dec2003, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p34
The music band Ipanema, headed by Urbanos singer Elizabeth Souza-Bolt, has brought a new sound to Indianapolis, Indiana adding bossa nova and some samba to a Latin scene already spiced with salsa and mambo rhythms. Named after the other famous beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Ipanerma was six months in the making when it debuted in May 2003. Packing in the crowds at the Chatterbox and other locales has been easy, thanks to the accessibility of the bossa nova classics the band covers— jazzy sways as gentle as a Brazilian breeze.


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