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Frank Jorge (Jorge Otávio Pinto Pouey de Oliveira) was born on 20 September, 1966 in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, is a Singer-songwriter, lyricist, guitarist, bassist, keyboardist, poet, chronicler, professor. Discover Frank Jorge's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

Popular As Jorge Otávio Pinto Pouey de Oliveira
Occupation Singer-songwriter, lyricist, guitarist, bassist, keyboardist, poet, chronicler, professor
Age 56 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 20 September 1966
Birthday 20 September
Birthplace Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Nationality Brazil

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In 2000 he released his first solo album, Carteira Nacional de Apaixonado, through label Barulhinho. It spawned one of his most memorable songs, "Cabelos Cor de Jambo", included in the soundtrack of Jorge Furtado's 2002 film Houve uma Vez Dois Verões. It was followed by three more albums, Vida de Verdade (2003), Volume 3 (2008) and Escorrega Mil Vai Três Sobra Sete (2016). On December 11, 2017, Jorge released the digital single "Vida na Cidade (Allegro ma non-tanto)", compared favorably by a critic to Chuck Berry's "Roll Over Beethoven" and the songs of Paul McCartney. On April 27, 2018, Jorge released another single, "S.O.S. Maloca", as a teaser to his most recent album, Histórias Excêntricas ou Algum Tipo de Urgência, released on June 1, 2018.

On October 13, 2017, alongside also former Os Cascavelletes member Luciano Albo, Jorge opened a Paul McCartney show in Porto Alegre.


From 2008 to 2010 he was a member of the supergroup Tenente Cascavel, a tribute act to TNT and his former project Os Cascavelletes. In 2018 he returned to the band.


Outside music, Jorge is also known for lecturing about rock music at Unisinos since 2006, and for hosting the radio show Sarau Elétrico on Ipanema FM from the late 1990s until the mid-2000s. He also authored three anthologies of poems and chronicles: Realidades e Chantillys Diversos (2000), Crocâncias Inéditas (2001) and Vida de Verdade (2002; not to be confused with his eponymous album).


In 1997, alongside Júlio Reny and TNT guitarist Márcio Petracco, he formed the country rock group Cowboys Espirituais, but left them after the release of their first album to focus on more personal projects. He continued to collaborate occasionally with the group though, but didn't officially return to it until 2013.


He learned how to play the classical guitar in mid-1981, and in 1983 formed his first band, Prisão de Ventre, alongside Luís "Tchê" Gomes (a future member of TNT) and brothers Alexandre and Marcelo Birck. They only recorded two songs before disbanding circa 1985. In 1987 Jorge reunited with the Birck brothers and, alongside Carlo Pianta, formed Graforreia Xilarmônica, which achieved a huge cult following in the mid-1990s with their humorous songs. Around the same time, invited by his childhood friend Alexandre Barea, Jorge was invited to join Os Cascavelletes as bassist; alongside vocalist Flávio Basso he wrote one of their most famous (and controversial) hits, "Menstruada". He left Os Cascavelletes in 1988, after the release of their debut EP, to focus solely on Graforreia Xilarmônica. After releasing two critically acclaimed albums, Coisa de Louco II (1995) and Chapinhas de Ouro (1998), they broke up in 2000. Graforreia Xilarmônica reunited in 2005, and Jorge continues to perform with them since then.


Jorge Otávio Pinto Pouey de Oliveira (born September 20, 1966), better known by his stage name Frank Jorge, is a Brazilian singer-songwriter, lyricist, multi-instrumentalist, poet, chronicler and professor, famous for his work with pioneering Rio Grande do Sul rock bands Os Cascavelletes and Graforreia Xilarmônica.

Jorge was born in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, on September 20, 1966. His father was a physician from Uruguaiana (who died when Jorge was only 2 years old), and his mother's family came from Santana do Livramento. He also has four sisters and a brother. During his travels abroad his father used to bring home many vinyl records, and his mother was very fond of literature, and on his later life Jorge would be very influenced by both aspects, to the point of graduating in Literature at the PUC-RS in 1992.