Ada de Castro (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Ada Antunes Pereira was born in the parish of Castelo which led her to
adopt the stage name of Ada de Castro, a synonymous of her neighborhood
Aldina Duarte (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Her greatest mystery is the definition of her soul as a Fado singer, given she grew up away from the "family" of Fado.
Alfredo Marceneiro (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Alfredo Rodrigo Duarte, better known as Alfredo Marceneiro due to his
profession , was born in Lisbon on the 29 February 1891.
Amália Rodrigues (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Amália Rodrigues was known as the "Rainha do Fado" ("Queen of Fado") and was most influential in popularizing the fado worldwide.
Ana Laíns (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Ana Laíns sings for the first time in public at the age of 6, the artist
born in Tomar soon discovers her innate talent for music and at the age
of 15 sings her first fado.
Ana Margarida Pinto (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Who knows Ana Margarida Pinto, surely will say that she was born smiling
and the Fado is the most precious inheritance of her mother!
Ana Moura (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Ana was born in Santarém, the bustling capital of the Ribatejo. Like
young people everywhere, she soon developed an appreciation for other
styles of music.
Ana Sofia Varela (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Ana Sofía Varela was born in Lisbon, although she grew up in the
countryside (Serpa, Alentejo), where she lived until a few years ago,
when she returned to the capital.
António Menano (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Born in Serra da Estrela, into a family of 12 siblings, Antonio Menano
was without a doubt the most famous and popular singer of the fados of
António Vasco Moraes (Biographies/Fado Singers)
António was born in Lisbon, where he started to sing fado at the age of 18, still as an amateur.