Talking about blues harmonica in Brazil is talking about Big Chico. Born in Cananeia and currently living in Jundiai (Sao Paulo), this harmonica player, guitarist and singer is at the forefront of Brazilian blues music along with others iluminated such as Artur Menezes, Gustavo Andrade, Igor Prado, Nuno Mendelis or Celso Salim. Big Chico spent two years on the west coast of the United States, where he met Rod Piazza among others blues musicians, playing with him and immersing himself in the context of the jump blues, the blues particular sound in that area of the States. With the Mighty Flyers he recorded the album "Blues Dream" in 2006, being one of the best blues albums ever released by a Brazilian blues musician. Showing his admiration and paying his debts to the iconic Californian hamonicist, in "Big Chico Plays Rod Piazza" Chico reviews his discography from 1970 to 2014, with eleven covers of enviable purity and versatility, only backed by a guitarist and a bass and drums rhythm section, showing himself not only as a great instrumentalist and singer but also as one of the finest blues musicians outside the United States. This is a supreme work.