Monthly Archives: July 2021

  1. Aria gives a concert in Tallinn On 14.05.2022

    Aria

    The megapopular Russian rock band Aria is heating the air at Parda 9 in Tallinn, in the MJClub club!

    Biography
    The Aria rock band started in 1985. Since then, the band has had several different members. Aria's band was started by Vladimir Holstinin and Alik Granovsky.
    The band's birthday is considered to be the completion of the album "Megalomania" on October 31, 1985. Aria gave their first concert on February 5, 1986. Their popularity grew despite the media's ignorance.
    In November 1986, Aria released their second album "С Кем Ты?" (Read: Who are you with?). By that time, the band had disagreements over both the direction the band was heading and Viktor Vekshtein's leadership skills.
    After the tour in January 1987, Granovsky, Bolshakov, Molchanov, Pokrovsky left Aria and formed the thrash metal band "Мастер" (Read: Master). They were replaced by Vitaly Dubinin as bassist, Sergey Mavrin as second guitarist and Maxim Udalov on drums.
    At their first big perform

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  2. Yuri Shatunov gives a concert in Tallinn, MJClub on 17.09.2021

    Juri Shatunov

    On 17 September 2021 Yuri Shatunov will give nostalgic and unique concert in Tallinn, at MJClub, Parda 9!

    Biography
    Yuri Shatunov is a living legend who has come out of a more difficult childhood and worked himself to the top. Born in the city of Kumertau on September 6, 1973, Yuri was left to his mother by his father when he was three years old.
    When Shatunov turned 11, he's mother died because of her heart disease. After that, he remained in the care of his aunt and maternal grandparents for a while.
    It wasn't long before his aunt and grandparents couldn't compete with Shatunov's behavior, and soon he was sent to Orenburg orphanage number two.
    Shatunov left his studies and began to make money by playing music on the street. In 1986, Yuri Shatunov and Sergei Kuznetsov, a music teacher at the Orenburg Orphanage, created the band "Laskovyy Mai", which lasted until 1992.
    Four years later, in 1996, Shatunov moved to Germany, where he began to deal with himself

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