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DDT Band to Donate Half a Million Rubles to Refugees from Ukraine
8.07.2014 20:43
DDT Band to Donate Half a Million Rubles to Refugees from Ukraine

The famous Russian rock band DDT will transfer its concert revenues of half a million rubles for supporting refugees from the southeast of Ukraine.

      The band’s frontman, the People’s Artiste of Bashkiria Yury Shevchuk announced it after his performance at the Nashestvie rock festival in Tver.

      “We have collected half a million rubles with our concerts and will transfer the money to refugees of the Donetsk People's Republic. People are suffering so much. I have lots of friends in Lugansk, Donetsk, Odessa, and Kiev. The situation with Russia-and-Ukraine relations is shattering to me!”- Yury Shevchuk said.

      He emphasized that DDT has always stood for peace. Thus, the musicians were singing on a bridge in Belgrad while bomber aircrafts were flying in the sky above the city.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Yury Shevchuk Ukraine Russian Music Russian Rock  

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