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André Jung

André Jung
Birth name André Jungmann Pinto
Born (1961-05-12) May 12, 1961 (age 53)
Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil
Genres Rock
Occupations Composer, songwriter, producer, columnist
Instruments drums
Years active 1982–present
Associated acts Sossega Leão
Titãs
Ira!
Urban Totem

André Jung (born on May 12, 1961) is a Brazilian drummer and journalist, best known for his performances in the band Ira!. He has also been a member of Titãs, although he has released only one album (Titãs) with them. Curiously, the drummer that he replaced in Ira! (Charles Gavin) went to play with Titãs, with whom he played with until 2010. André studied journalism at the Communication and Arts School (ECA) of the University of São Paulo and writes columns for sites and newspapers.

Currently has a new band named Urban ToTem, alongside former acoustic tour members of IRA! such as Michelle Abu and Jonas Moncaio.

Discography

With Titãs

With Ira!

Main article: Ira! § Discography

With Urban ToTem

  • Urban ToTem (2008)

External links

  • Urban ToTem
  • Ira! Official Website
  • MundoIra! Fan Site
  • Titãs Official website


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