Linda is a russian singer performing trip-hop with ethnic influences. She was born on April 29, 1975 in Kentau, Kazakhstan. Her real name is Svetlana Geyman. Linda's family has later moved to Togliatti, then to Moscow, Russia.
The group Russkiy Razmer was formed in 1991. Nowadays it works and tours and it`s contact telephone (812) 9282771.The organizers and the first group members were two friends - Dmitriy Kopotilov and Viktor Bondaryuk. Being occupied in different collectives, merging into one, and finding themselves again in the creative search, they persisted on realizing their dream.
Ruki Vverh (Russian: Руки Bверх meaning "Hands Up") was one of the most successful Russian pop groups of the 90's. They produced mostly dance music that combined simple melodies with progressive sounds of the time. One of their biggest hits was "Kroshka Moya".
It all started in 1991 in Moscow, at one of theatre-studios for children where musical plays were performed. The most talented children were allowed to have their solo-arias. After a while three of those girls were noticed: Anastasia Makarevich, Elena Perova and Izolda Ishhanishvili.
Вирус (a.k.a. ViRUS!) is a pop band from Russia formed in 1999. The current lineup is:
Olga Kozina (Lucky) - vocals;
Yuriy Stupnik (DJ Doctor);
Andrey Gudas (Chip).
Official site: http://www.virus-music.ru .
All-female pop band started in 2001 with three girls: Виктория Петренко, Юлия Горанина and Виктория Воронина. A year after their debute, two of the girls Виктория Петренко and Юлия Горанина left the band.
Murat Nasyrov was a Kazakh-Russian pop singer. He was born in Alma-Aty, Kazakhstan and later moved to Moscow, Russia where has started his musical career. He was the fifth child in a musician's family and didn't plan on becoming a singer.
Наталья Игоревна Ветлицкая is russian pop singer (born August 17 1964 in Moscow). In 2002 Наталья Ветлицкая and Tee Smith, resident of popular music club «Ministry of Sound», made dance remix «Mama Loka», which became popular on some British radio stations.