Biography

ВИА Гра (VIA Gra) is a female pop group from Ukraine formed in 2000. Produced by well-known Constantin Meladze (brother of famous Russian singer Валерий Меладзе (Valery Meladze)). Released in English as Nu Virgos.

Their name means “Viagra” and “The Band “Gra” simultaneously - it’s play on words. The concept is playing on sex and looking sexy in their Music Videos and on stage. The band has really extraordinary popularity in both Ukraine and Russia, but also in the former Soviet Union countries.

The member lineup has changed a lot since the start in 2000, and the group have had a total of 16 members.
Since 2013, the current line-up is Erika Gerceg, Misha Romanova and Anastasia Kozhevnikova.

Band members timeline:
• Alena Vinnitskaya (2000–03)
• Nadezhda Meiher (2000–02; 2002–06; 2009–11)
• Anna Sedakova (2002–04)
• Tatiana Naynik (2002)
• Vera Brezhneva (2003–07)
• Svetlana Loboda (2004)
• Albina Dzhanabaeva (2004–12)
• Kristina Kots-Gotlib (2006)
• Olga Koryagina (2006–07)
• Meseda Bagaudinova (2007–09)
• Tatiana Kotova (2008–10)
• Eva Bushmina (2010–12)
• Santa Dimopulos (2011–12)
• Erika Gerceg (2013–)
• Misha Romanova (2013–)
• Anastasia Kozhevnikova (2013–)

Official site: http://viagraofficial.ru

Edited by DimitrisLoveIvi on 5 Aug 2014, 07:43

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  • 2000
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