It seems like Brazil has no shortage of new musical talent. The country that brought us luminaries like Caetano Veloso, Joao Gilberto and Seu Jorge now gives us Sao Paulo-raised singer-songwriter Luca Mundaca, who relocated to the U.S. and was discovered by music fans here after one of her songs landed on 2004’s Brazilian Lounge compilation. The Cleveland-based singer regularly brings her blend of jazz, bossa nova and Brazilian electro-pop to concert stages, where she shows off her influences. But she’s clearly found a voice of her own. She performs at 8 p.m. at Nighttown (12387 Cedar Rd., Cleveland Hts., 216.795.0550). Tickets: $10. — Ernest Barteldes
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