Scarlet Sails in St. Petersburg

Posted May 30, 2011
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  1. Sergey Lazarev
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    Sergey Lazarev

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    Sergey Vyacheslavovich Lazarev (Russian: Серге́й Вячеславович Лазарев) is a singer, dancer and actor born in Moscow, Russia. He is most famous for his singing career, when he rose to fame as the dark-haired member of the group Smash!!. The group broke up in 2006. Since then Lazarev has pursued a solo career.


  2. Ivan Urgant
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    Ivan Urgant

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    Ivan Andreevich Urgant (Russian: Ива́н Андре́евич У́ргант), (born 16 April 1978) is a Russian television personality, presenter, actor and musician. Since 2012, he has hosted Evening Urgant, Russia's first Western-style late-night talk show.


  3. Victoria Dayneko
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    Victoria Dayneko

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    Victoria Petrovna Dayneko (Russian: Виктория Петровна Дайнеко) is a Russian singer, the graduator, and the winner of Star Factory-5, the participant of the Channel One’s project «Glacial age».


  4. Dmitry Koldun
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    Dmitry Koldun

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    Dmitry Aleksandrovich Koldun (Belarusian: Дзьмітры Аляксандравіч Калдун; Russian: Дми́трий Алекса́ндрович Колду́н; born 11 June 1985, in Minsk, Belarusian SSR, USSR) is a pop singer from Minsk, Belarus.


  5. SEREBRO
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    SEREBRO

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    Serebro (Russian: Серебро; English translation: Silver) (Stylized as SEREBRO) is a Russian girl group formed by their manager and producer Maxim Fadeev. The group consists of members Olga Seryabkina, Polina Favorskaya, and Dasha Shashina. Serebro was formed in 2007 as a submitted proposal for consideration by Channel One Russia for the Eurovision Song Contest 2007. Serebro was selected to represent Russia at the 2007 Contest with the song titled "Song #1". They subsequently placed third at the contest, scoring a total of 207 points. Serebro was then officially signed to Fadeev's record label Monolit Records, and in 2012, the group had additional releases produced by Sony Music Entertainment and Ego Music. During 2009, member Marina Lizorkina announced her departure from the group; she was subsequently replaced by Anastasia Karpova.


  6. Gorod 312
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    Gorod 312

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    Gorod 312 (Russian: ????? 312) is a Kyrgyz band formed in 2001. They became popular after Timur Bekmambetov's 2006 movie Day Watch (Russian: ??????? ?????) where they sang their most popular song Ostanus (Russian: ????????).


  7. Mumiy Troll
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    Mumiy Troll

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    Mumiy Troll (Russian: Му́мий Тро́лль ) is a Russian rock group, founded in 1983 in Vladivostok by vocalist and songwriter Ilya Lagutenko (Илья Лагутенко). The literal name of the band, 'The mummies' troll', is a pun on Moomin Troll, the series of Finnish children's books by Tove Jansson.


  8. Oleg Pungin
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    Oleg Pungin

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    Mumiy Troll (Russian: Му́мий Тро́лль ) is a Russian rock group, founded in 1983 in Vladivostok by vocalist and songwriter Ilya Lagutenko (Илья Лагутенко). The literal name of the band, 'The mummies' troll', is a pun on Moomin Troll, the series of Finnish children's books by Tove Jansson.


  9. Eugene "Sdwig" Zvidionny
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    Eugene "Sdwig" Zvidionny

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    Mumiy Troll (Russian: Му́мий Тро́лль ) is a Russian rock group, founded in 1983 in Vladivostok by vocalist and songwriter Ilya Lagutenko (Илья Лагутенко). The literal name of the band, 'The mummies' troll', is a pun on Moomin Troll, the series of Finnish children's books by Tove Jansson.




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