Zeca Afonso is one of the most influential folk and political musicians in Portuguese history. He became an icon among Portuguese left-wing activists due to the role of his music in the resistance against the dictatorial regime. In the ensuing Portuguese revolutionary process, after 1974, Zeca Afonso was a very active musician and continued composing political and folk songs, often criticizing the post-revolutionary changes. Years after his death, Zeca Afonso is still widely listened to, not only in Portugal, but also abroad. He died in February 23, 1987.
Coliseu de Lisboa, January 1983
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