Brazilian composer, born in Bahia and raised in Brasília. Simone Saback began composing as a teenager, revealing innate musical talent of eclectic style.
In the late 1970s, she accepted the invitation from Alvim Barbosa, then director of Sala Funarte in Brasília, to perform her first show, thus beginning her career as a singer. For 4 years she performed several shows praised in the Brazilian capital and throughout the country. However, soon after she decides to move away from the stage and dedicate herself to journalism and showbiz, maintaining her artistic activity as a composer and writer.
In 2012, the unpublished song Flor do Sol - composed 30 years before in partnership with Cássia Eller and recorded on a simple cassette tape - was released as a single by Porangareté label.
In 2016, Simone releases another single: Mãos Atadas, in the voices and guitars of herself and Cássia Eller's. This track is also based on the recording of their rehearsal on a cassette tape, and carried out at Simone's house in 1982. The record was digitized and arranged by Dillo Daraujo.