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Gig of Russian Rock Song Covers
22.03.2016 19:58
Gig of Russian Rock Song Covers

Touching heartfelt atmosphere and cover versions of favourite rock hits in acoustic version are waiting for you.

      Nautilus Pompilius, DDT, Spleen, Agatha Christie and other legendary Russian rock bands created songs loved by several generation. These songs sounded in the yards, at home concerts and around the fire. It is with them that people fell in love, parted, dreamed, longed, matured, endured hard times, recovered and thrived.

      It is hardly ever possible to bring together all the singers who performed these hits but it is possible to arrange a cover concert. Moscow fans of the Russian rock music will definitely enjoy it.

      The gig will be held in the Muse Club at the address 23, Nikoloyamskaya Street, Moscow on April 16, 2016.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Music Rock Music Concerts in Moscow   

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