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The Cardigans to Perform in Moscow
5.07.2012 08:48
The Cardigans to Perform in Moscow
The Cardigans

Legendary Swedish band The Cardigans will perform in the Moscow concert hall Stadium. Live on July 11.
      Their concert is a rare event, since the band has a habit of taking long pauses.
      Altogether The Cardigans has released six studio albums embracing all possible styles of popular music from lounge to hard rock. The band's last album Super Extra Gravity was released in October, 2005. After the tours of 2006 in support of this CD the band stopped its activity for quite a long.
      However, the musicians started the year 2012 with rehearsals. This summer the band is going on tour with a program of its best hits ever.
Author: Vera Manykina

Tags: Concerts in Moscow Rock Music The Cardigans   

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