After his participation at the LP "Paêbiru" by Lula Côrtes and Zé Ramalho, Lailson stayed out of the musical scene until 1991 when he formed the rock & blues group "Blusbróders".
Blusbróders was the first group to appear at the Pernambuco Blues scene, bringing to town the sounds of Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, Eric Clapton and also playing some rock standards like the songs "Stand By Me", "For Your Love" and "Maggie Magill", among others.
Besides Lailson on main vocals, the band had Gustavo Sá Carneiro on bass and vocals, Carlos Vilanova and Ricardo Albuquerque on guitars and Ernani Sá Carneiro on drums.
This set up was maintained until 1996 and the band also was known throughout that time by the names D'Bróders Company and Kobaia Blues.
At the first version of the Abril Pro Rock Festival in 1993, Blusbróders was one of the main attractions.
The band didn't record a CD but was recorded on video in some shows and rehearsals.