Earlier Music Career of Cassio Audi

Cassio Audi is today an accomplished business executive. However, before joining the business world, he was a musician and a drummer. He was part of a music group that was started in the 1980’s in Brazil. After spending a few years with the music group, Cassio Audi left to begin his studies in business administration. He is a holder of a bachelor’s degree in business administration as well as an MBA in finance. Today, he has established himself in the business management industry as a prominent executive. Many people have found him in these jobs. However, people who knew him during his early life know him as a talented musician.

Cassio Audi was a member of the Viper Rock Band. This group was started in 1985. Through this group, Cassio Audi and his partners were able to establish themselves as great musicians and performers. Cassio Audi doubled up as a drummer and music composer for the band. The music band drew their musical inspiration from Iron Maiden, a British metallic music band. Cassio Audi was actively engaged in the band’s operations attending live performances where he played instruments. The Viper music group was well received by the Brazilian audience despite producing their music in English. The predominant language in Brazil is Spanish. English is the second language.

Cassio Audi accompanied the music band in their world tour after they produced their first demo album. This album was called The Killer Sword. It was comprised of tracks such as Killera, Nightmare and Princess from Hell. After releasing this album the general consensus among the audience was that the group was in deed comprised of extremely talented and gifted musicians. The group grew their popularity to other countries in the Latin America region. The group went ahead to release their first official album in 1987 and the second in 1989. However, Cassio Audi left the group in 1989 to pursue further education in financial studies.

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