Posted: May 05, 2022Views: 109
Misha Marvin comes to Estonia and gives a concert at MJClub!
Misha Marvin or Mihail Rešetnjak is a future big star born on July 15, 1989 in Chernivtsi, Ukraine. His childhood was normal but what distinguished him from other adolescents
was his burning passion for music. He studied well and after graduating from high school in 2006, he moved to Kiev to try his hand at entertainment business. A great passion for music drove the young man to receive a professional education and therefore he entered the Academy of Senior Staff in Culture and the Arts (Department of Musicology).
He started his music career as a student. He had the opportunity to join the boy's band, but it didn't last long. Apart from a few compositions that only cost them a camera rental, the group disintegrated. At the same time, Misha was expelled from school for not arriving on time on his final exam. Most
Posted: March 20, 2022Views: 185
Shanon gives a stunning concert in MJClub, Tallinn, Parda 9 on 25.03.2022
Shanon, a pop rock band started under the leadership of Janek Hariku, started his music career in 2007. Like most long-term bands, Shanon has many bandmembers through the ages. For example, in 2009, soloist Freddy Tomingas left the band and was replaced by current soloist Taavi Immato. Before him, drummer Henry Hinno was able to join the band. Guitarist Erko Laurimaa, who joined the band in 2009, was replaced by soloist Taavi Immato and is still on two places in the band.
Shannon's most famous songs are:
-Suvi kestab veel
Posted: April 16, 2021Views: 939
Today on 16.04.2021 we managed to get in touch with HABIB, one of the most famous young artists in Russia recently.
Posted: April 01, 2021Views: 226
Who is Vlad Zotov? What kind of life does he live?
To this and much more, MJ found the answer by talking to a young artist via video bridge.
Take a closer look at the video:
Posted: March 29, 2021Views: 114
MJYoungFest announces another artist!
He is a russian-born artist whose potential reaches heights. His most recent song, "Мани Мани" is gathering tours on Tik Tok, Instagram, Yandex Music and other music portals.
Posted: December 31, 2020Views: 33
MJProduction will summarize 2020. There are both good and worse moments in it. In addition, they will remove their cover from some of the plans for 2021.
2020 was a very crazy and unpredictable year for everyone. We were able to see both the rainforest fires and the madness of the toilet paper. We were most affected by the great corona pandemic. People were not allowed to leave their homes, strict restrictions on businesses and the confusion within the government to administer support measures and so on.
MJProduction had nine concerts planned in 2020, of which only 2 took place. These included the Morgernshtern concert on 21 February
Posted: December 06, 2020Views: 108
21.02.2020 a concert by Morgernshtern, a scandalous Russian artist, was held in Tallinn, In Estonia. The crowd was in a turn and didn't want to hold back.
The more attentive participants could feel the thick concrete floor literally bouncing.. You don't see that mood and party will at every party.
In addition, the affectionate words of the participants in the event to the artist cannot be omitted, nor do Morgernshtern owe them.
Watch the video and listen to the pampering.
Posted: December 06, 2020Views: 41
I apologize for the vocabulary if it hurts anyone, but I don't express myself any differently!
For starters, according to government regulation
https://www.riigiteataja.ee/akt/309102020002?leiaKehtiv entry to the Republic of Estonia, there are no restrictions on the work and artists are coming to perform! (Performance is a gainful job!).
Therefore, i'm sorry, but what "artists are not allowed into the country" is a complete bluff.
Until mid-November, there were no restrictions on the halls with seating.
At the moment clubs have up to 250 people under restrictions, no more than 50% of capacity!
The restrictions were on clubs, which is ridiculous "the virus spreads in the club and only after 00:00 and only when drinking alcohol"!?! Recently, I read an article that PÖFF got an exception for organizing its event, and it's not funny anymore!
I'm sorry, but how will it be decided? Somebody can and somebody can't?
Or does the state only give the right to "own" and others