29 nov 2009 | Entrevistas
BLOGNEJO ENTREVISTA – Michel Teló

Na última sexta-feira, Michel Teló realizou um show aqui em Uberlândia. Apesar de ter tentado falar com ele em um momento mais propício e com menos barulho, a agenda do cantor estava apertada com compromissos em rádio e ele só pôde me atender no camarim antes do show. Isso significa muito barulho ambiente e muita correria pra fazer as perguntas no menor tempo possível, já que tinha uma fila de gente querendo falar com ele.

Assistam abaixo a entrevista. Não deu tempo de fazer as legendas para o vídeo (correria de fim de semana), mas assim que possível posto novamente já com as legendas embutidas.

Obrigado ao Sérgio, produtor do Michel, por ter me atendido com toda a prontidão, paciência e respeito, além do próprio Michel Teló, é claro.

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Marcus Bernardes é bacharel em direito e entusiasta da música sertaneja. Criou o Blognejo com o intuito de falar de maneira séria e digna sobre o segmento. Hoje é o veículo mais respeitado do meio, sendo referência em coberturas de eventos, lançamentos, entrevistas e análise de mercado.