Formed in 1987 by veteran singers of the golden age of Brazilian radio (Ademilde Fonseca, Carmélia Alves, Ellen de Lima, and Violeta Cavalcanti), the Eternas Cantoras do Rádio recorded on their albums the biggest hits of each member, starting in 1991 with As Eternas Cantoras do Rádio. Their most memorable performances (always for packed houses) were realized at the Maksoud Plaza Hotel in São Paulo (1989 and 1991), at the Un, Deux, Trois club in Rio (September and December 1991), at the Rival theater (January and May 1991, and December 1992), at the Latin America Memorial in São Paulo, and at the Dulcina theater during the ceremony of the Mambembe Awards. The group also underwent different formations that included Nora Ney, Rosita Gonzales, and Zezé Gonzaga until re-opening, on July 13, 2001, at the Café-Teatro Arena, with the show Estão Voltando as Flores. The new formation was Carminha Mascarenhas, Violeta Cavalcanti, Ellen de Lima, and Carmélia Alves.
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