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Concerts of Famous Rock Band DDT Banned in Siberia
23.04.2012 13:13
Concerts of Famous Rock Band DDT Banned in Siberia
Yury Shevchyuk

The tour of the famous rock band DDT around Siberia has been cut short with scandalous news: in the cities of Kemerovo, Omsk and Tyumen the band's shows are banned "as control of terrorism".
      
      According to the press service of the band's leader Yury Shevchuk and the musician himself, all the concerts in the framework of the tour in support of the album "Differently" had been planned and coordinated in advance, however all of a sudden concert venues turned to be given to other events.
      
      As for certain data, the scandalous situation is due to the orders signed by the city mayors personally. So far Yury Shevchyuk doesn't know how the situation will be resolved, however he states that he intends to continue the tour despite of everything.
      
      Source: sobesednik.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Yuri Shevchuk Russian Rock Music Siberia Terrorism Russian Politics 

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