Kiko Loureiro

Kiko Loureiro (born on June 16, 1972 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) is a Brazilian guitarist who has worked with such bands as Angra, Megadeth, Silent Moon, and Blezqi Zatzas. Loureiro began studying music and playing acoustic guitar at age 11. Inspired by artists like Eddie Van Halen, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, and Randy Rhoads, he moved to the electric guitar at 13 and by 16 had already joined two bands, Legalize and A Chave, and was playing in nightclubs in São Paulo. Read more on
Sounds of Innocence
Awakening Prelude
Gray Stone Gateway
El Guajiro
Ray of Life
The Hymn
Mãe D'Água
Twisted Horizon
A Perfect Rhyme
Universo Inverso
Monday Mourning
Arcos da Lapa
Samba da Elisa
Camino a casa
Realidade paralela
Hidden Track