22 December 2007

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

To my Blog’s friends: I would like to leave my message (better late than never) of happy holidays! It doesn’t matter your religion, because this time of the year is always good to see your family and friends, to buy and receive gifts.
I will spend my last days of the year here in Sao Paulo on the contrary of the most. I am sure it is the best place. Peace and tranquility! Away from check-in lines, from going back to take the belt off because the machine’s whistle, from having lunch one or two cereal bars (!!) cream-cracker biscuits with light grape juice… I want to drive 90 km/h on marginal Tietê at 06:00 pm!
I remember last New Year’s Eve party, looking for some peace; I went to the paradisiacal dunes of Jericoacoara-Ceará. Close to the last midnight of the year, there was me in the middle of a crowd which was more into a Círio de Nazaré’s procession climbing the dunes…a such a loser guy played in the loudest volume in his truck like the “agroboy” from agreste(typical place in Brazil), the tune of Marcelo Priest singing the national hymn. During some hours, with no mercy, the same track echoed through the beach…and if it wasn’t enough this guy used to dub in the “Pablo-qual-é a-musica?”(brazillian show) style on the car hood wrapped in a white sheet.
I got traumatized…. : (
Remember the mistakes and the lucky hits from 2007 to make 2008 even better.
Many accomplishments; happiness and health for everyone.
Hugs and Kisses!

15 December 2007

Santo Angelo’s advertisement

This beautiful picture was saved here in my computer and I decided to share with you guys. Do you like it?

I know it doesn’t have anything to do with the Christmas mood that we are going to be through soon, but I got a little excited to write this.

Here I am in our country’s aerial hell itself. In the waiting room, waiting the flight to Boa Vista, hoping to get the connection in Manaus… it is going to be 7 hours if it is ok… added to the detail that I am coming back today…

Hence it follows that there’s nothing more propitious. This picture symbolizes my martyrdom. I spent hours of my life in the in the airports of the world this year. After all in 9 months I did 110 concerts and workshops…
This picture was taken during the session for the new campaign of Santo Ângelo cables. During this whole afternoon the photographer Tatiana Alvez did many pictures of me and the cables. As you can see in the other image, another one much more into a “good behavior” was really used.
In the long run I insisted to do this photo:

Kiko hanged by the Sto.Ângelo cables.Just to show the cables are good…
They can stand my weight… or to symbolize that I use my cables until death…

I think it is cool, but Tatyana got a little scared. After All the cable really “hanged” me. I got a little without air, but all this was worthwhile to give the picture more veracity.
Since Sto.Ângelo is not going to use this picture anymore (I think…) It is a curiosity for your guys : )

Kisses and Hugs!