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Radio Host Raisa Shabanova Passes Away
30.10.2012 10:09
Radio Host Raisa Shabanova Passes Away

Famous Russian radio host Raisa Shabanova died, aged 73, on October 25 in Moscow.

      Raisa Shabanova, well-known in Russia under the name Raisa Ivanovna for many years worked as an announcer on the All-Union Radio. From 2000 she also worked at the radio stations ULTRA, Best FM and Our Radio, where she hosted music charts for four years.

      Raisa Shabanova also hosted some concert programs. In particular, she was the radio host of Marilyn Manson’s first Moscow show, which took place in the Olympic Sports Center in 2001. 


Sources: http://lenta.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

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