Ronnie Cord

Musical Artist

1943 –

49

Who is Ronnie Cord?

Ronnie Cord, born Ronald Cordovil, was a Brazilian singer. Son of conductor and composer Hervé Cordovil, he already played guitar at age six. In 1959 he auditioned for Copacabana Records, in Rio de Janeiro. In 1960, the following year, he made his first recording, released on long-playing records that brought together several other singers. His biggest hit was the song "Rua Augusta", released by RCA Victor in 1963. In 1965, he was very successful with a version of "Hopscotch Polka Dot Bikini" recorded at RCA Victor in 1964. He died in 1986, leaving three children.

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Born
Jan 22, 1943
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on July 23, 2013

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