The Russian rock musician Garik Sukachyov is going to release an album of cover versions of Vladimir Vysotsky’s songs by spring.
The rocker has told about his plans at the press conference in the RIA Novosti news agency.
Earlier the release of the new album was expected at the end of 2013, however the musician had to change it due to lack of time.
“It turns out that in the course of many years there have been recorded eight cover songs, which can make an album. But I would like to record two or three songs more and to make it, I need to enter the studio and to enter the studio, I need to be free” — Garik Sukachyov points out.
Besides, the musician announced that his band will soon give a series of concerts in support of its new album (the first one in the last eight years) under the title Budilnik (i.e. Sudden Alarm Clock) that has been created by Garik Sukachyov for the last two years. The new album will be presented to the public at November concerts in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
After presentation of the Sudden Alarm Clock the musician plans to dedicate some years to work on a new film project.
Author: Vera Ivanova