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Tom Capone (January 1, 1966 – September 2, 2004), born Luiz Antonio Ferreira Gonçalves, was a Brazilian music producer and guitar player. Born in Rio Negro/PR, Brazil, he died in Los Angeles hours after leaving the 2004 Latin Grammy Awards show when his motorcycle collided with a car. He had been nominated for five Latin Grammy awards. [1] His production for Maria Rita's eponymous debut won Latin Grammys for "New Star", MBP song: "A Festa" and "MPB Record of the Year".

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