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    Vera Brezhneva

    Vera Brezhneva

    Vira Viktorivna Halushka (Ukrainian: Віра Вікторівна Галушка, Russian: Вера Викторовна Галушка, born 3 February 1982), better known by her stage name Vera Brezhneva (Russian: Вера Брежнева, Ukrainian: Віра Брежнєва), is a Ukrainian pop-singer and television presenter. Vera was born on February 3, 1982 in Dniprodzerzhynsk, in the Ukrainian SSR of the Soviet Union. She was raised in an ordinary family. Her mother, Tamara, is Russian, and her father, Viktor is mixed of Ukrainian and Russian descent. Her father worked in a chemical factory located by the Dnieper River. Her mother, who had graduated from medical school, worked in the same place. Vera has three sisters - one older (Halyna) and two younger (Nastya and Vika, twins). She bought a flat for her parents in Boryspil, nearby Kiev. The father of Vera's daughter (Sonia) is Vitaliy Voychenko, to whom Vira was married for a few years (after a civil wedding). She graduated from the Rail Engineering Institute of Dnipropetrovsk as an economist. It all began in 2002. She was invited to a casting organized in order to find a girl to replace Alena Vinnitskaya and she won. In January 2003 Nu Virgos started performing in the new
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    Ruslana

    Ruslana

    Ruslana Stepanivna Lyzhychko (Ukrainian: Руслана Степанівна Лижичко, Ruslana Stepanivna Lyžyčko; born on 24 May 1973) is a World Music Award winning and MTV Europe Music Award nominated artist, and the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2004. She is a singer, songwriter, producer, conductor, and pianist. She writes, composes and produces her own songs and music videos. Since 28 December 1995 she has been married to Oleksandr Ksenofontov, a Ukrainian record producer. Together they have run the company LuxenBourg Studio since 1993, producing radio and film trailers. She won the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 with the song "Wild Dances" receiving points from 34 of the 35 countries participating in the contest. In 2009 she was invited as a Special Guest Star to the 6th annual Asia Song Festival, where she received two trophies. The first of them was the golden statue of The Best Artist Award of The Asia Song Festival (which was awarded to each participant), the main award of the festival and the second special award was for the contribution to the cultural exchange between Ukraine and Asia in music. Ruslana was born on 24 May 1973 in Lviv, Ukrainian SSR (now Ukraine) to Ukrainian
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    Sophie Tucker

    Sophie Tucker

    Sophie Tucker (January 13, 1886 – February 9, 1966) was a Russian/Ukrainian-born American singer and actress. Known for her stentorian delivery of comical and risqué songs, she was one of the most popular entertainers in America during the first half of the 20th century. She was widely known by the nickname "The Last of the Red Hot Mamas." Tucker was born Sonya Kalish (Russian Соня Калиш) to a Jewish family in Tulchyn, Ukraine. Her family emigrated to the United States when she was an infant, and settled in Hartford, Connecticut. The family changed its name to Abuza, and her parents opened a restaurant. She started singing for tips in her family's restaurant. In 1903, at the age of 17, she was briefly married to Louis Tuck, from which she decided to change her name to Tucker. She bore a son with Tuck, named Bert. (She would marry twice more in her life, but neither marriage lasted more than five years.) She continued performing in the U.S. and the United Kingdom until shortly before her death from lung cancer in 1966, at the age of 80. She was interred at Emanuel Cemetery in Wethersfield, Connecticut. Tucker played piano and sang burlesque and vaudeville tunes, at first in
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    Natasha Koroleva

    Natasha Koroleva

    Natalia Vladimirovna Porivay (Russian: Ната́лия Влади́мировна Порыва́й; Ukrainian: Наталія Володимирівна Порива́й) (born 31 May 1973), well known as Natasha Koroleva (Russian: Наташа Королёва), is a Russian singer of Ukrainian origin. Koroleva was born in Ukrainian capital Kiev. She gave her first public performance in 1976, at the age of three, singing The Cruiser Aurora at the annual congress of the Komsomol. In 1985, at the age of 12, Koroleva wrote several songs including World Without Miracles and Where Went the Circus, achieving popular success in her home country. In 1987, Koroleva won the "Golden Kamerton" music prize. From 1988 to 1991 she studied vocal performance at the Kiev-pop circus school. Koroleva made her first international appearances, in the United States, in 1989. Shortly thereafter she moved to Moscow. She participated in many competitions and television broadcasts, among them Christmas Meeting and Morning Mail. In 1990 she recorded the song Yellow Tulips, which launched her success both within the USSR and internationally. The song reached the finals of the "Song of the Year" festival. In 1992, Koroleva embarked on her first concert tour of Russia, concluding
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    Iryna Shynkaruk

    Iryna Shynkaruk (Ukrainian: Ірина Шинкарук, born 1979) is a Ukrainian singer. Shynkaruk was born in 1979 in Fastiv, Kiev region, in the Ukrainian SSR of the Soviet Union. She spent her childhood in Zhytomyr in western Ukraine but has lived in Kiev for seven years. She graduated from the Zhytomyr State Teachers‘ Training University, where she studied philology, and the chorus leader and conductors‘ department at the School of Art. She also studied at the National University of Culture and Art, and later started work there as a teacher. Shynkaruk first took part in pyrping concerts with her father, Volodymyr Shynkaruk at the age of four. In 1990 she won her first music contest, Zamkova Gora in Zhytomyr and went on to win numerous awards for her work. In 1994, she toured five European countries, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Germany, and France, together with the wines of Chervona Ruta ’93. Later she toured Austria, Greece, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Cuba, USA, and Libya. She has recorded six music albums and two poetic collections. She is a soloist of the National Radio Company and the senior announcer of the Ukrainian TV Channel Culture. As the specialists say, Iryna Shynkaruk opened a
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    Svetlana Loboda

    Svetlana Loboda

    Svitlana Loboda (Ukrainian: Світлана Лобода; born 18 October 1982) is a Ukrainian singer and composer. Loboda represented Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 and finished in 12th place with 76 points. Loboda was born in Kyiv, Ukrainian SSR. As a young girl, she studied piano, conducting, variety and jazz vocal, and grew to have the experience of composer, leading role actress in a musical, TV host, designer, photographer, singer in Ukraine’s, Russia’s and CIS most popular girls band and finally a solo artist. From an early age Loboda showed a tendency for music and acting, making home musicals for her parents and relatives on family holidays. Therefore, it was not a difficult decision for her mother as to what special courses to enrol her daughter in to study. In the specialized music school, Loboda studied piano and at the same time mastered the art of singing and conducting. Having finished music school, Loboda continued with her music studies and entered the department of variety and jazz singing at the Kyiv Variety And Circus Academy. It was at this time she became a member of the band “Cappuccino”. In 2003 she participated in the casting for the first ever Ukrainian
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    Tina Karol

    Tina Karol

    Tina Karol (Ukrainian: Тіна Кароль; 25 January 1985), born Tetyana Hryhorivna Liberman (Ukrainian: Тетяна Григорівна Ліберман; Tetyana Hryhorivna Liberman Russian: Татьяна Григорьевна Либерман Tatiana Grigorievna Liberman), is a Ukrainian singer. Karol represented Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006. Born to Jewish parents in Orotukan, Magadan Oblast, Russian Far East, Karol moved to Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine at the age of six. Her father, Grigoriy Liberman (Григорий Либерман) was from Vashkivtsi, Ukraine. She is fluent in both Ukrainian and Russian. Karol graduated from a music school, and later from the Gliere Music College in Kiev, where she studied pop vocal in the Faculty of Singing. In her 4 th year, she was awarded a scholarship by the Verkhovna Rada (Ukraine's parliament). Karol has participated in numerous youth, regional, international and Jewish singing contests as well as musicals and theatrical shows. Karol became the soloist of the Ensemble of Song and Dance of the Ukrainian Armed Forces as well as a television personality. In 2005, Karol traveled to Iraq and Kosovo to perform for the peace keepers stationed there. She was the first performer to come to
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    Nadiya Meiher

    Nadiya Meiher

    Nadiya Meiher (ukr. Надія Мейхер, born Nadiya Granovska, (ukr. Надія Грановська); born April 10, 1982 in Zbruchivka, Volochysk Raion, Khmelnytskyi Oblast, Ukrainian SSR) is a Ukrainian singer. Since her childhood, Nadya was fond of stage and dancing. As a member of an amateur choreographic group she toured extensively. She met Konstantin Meladze future song writer and co-producer for "NU VIRGOS" at a concert in Khmelnitskiy during Valeriy Meladze’s tour. Since then “NU VIRGOS” have always been associated with Nadya. She is the mainstay of the group despite her long-term departures. MY Profile: http://www.iseeg.com/nadezhda-meiher/
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    Nastya Kamenskih

    Anastasia Oleksiyivna Kamenskih (Ukrainian: Анастасі́я Олексі́ївна Каме́нських), better known as Nastya Kamenskih (Ukrainian: Hастя Каме́нських), was born in Kiev, Ukraine, on 4 May 1987 she is a Ukrainian singer of the Russian repertoire. She began to get education in France at the age of 5. Then she lived 7 years in Italy. She continued her education at the Pechersk School International in Kiev, and at a musical school. She graduated from musical school at the age of 15, including professional ballet classes. She did ballet for 8 years. She took high-level education at the Ukrainian-American Humanitarian Institute. Her first step as professional singer was the festival in 2004 "Chernomorskie Igry" or "Black sea plays". Next year she took part at a competition in London. She got the UBN Award. Now she works with producer's center "Music-Motors". Currently she usually sings on stage with a Ukrainian singer, producer, and composer Potap. She has been in popular Russian TV programs such as Dve Zvezdy (Two Stars), and has had famous singles such as "Ne para (Not a Pair)(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGMm9dddPKo), "Hutoryanka" (Farm Girl), and "Bez Lyubvi" (Without Love).[[Dancing
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    Anna Sedokova

    Anna Sedokova

    Anna Sedokova (Анна Седокова, sometimes known as Аня Седакова, Anya Sedakova) is a Ukrainian-Russian pop singer, actress and presenter, and with now also a writer. Anna was born on December 16, 1982 in Kiev in the family of Russian (from Tomsk) origin. As a little girl Anna grew with her brother and her mother, without father, in the outskirts of the Ukrainian capital city Kiev. As Anna was five years old, her father was leaving the family. Anna's mother succeeded to feed their two children under difficulties. In their full leisure Anna employeed with dance and music. With honors ended Anna the High School. In consequence Anna went on to attend at the National University of Culture and Arts. A true trilingual, she is fluent in Ukrainian, Russian, and English. The first two are learned during childhood by many, if not most, people born and raised in Ukraine, where Ukrainian is learned as the native language and Russian is taught in school. In addition, her mother is an English teacher and taught her English at home. In 2002, Anna joined the popular musical group VIA Gra (Nu Virgos) and achieved international fame. She toured the world with fellow members Alena Vinnitskaya, Tatiana
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    Ani Lorak

    Ani Lorak

    Karolina Miroslavivna Kuiek, (Ukrainian: Кароліна Мирославівна Куєк, alternate transliterations of the last name: Kuyek, Kuek), popularly known as Ani Lorak (Ukrainian: Ані Лорак), born 27 September 1978, Kitsman, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union, is a famous Ukrainian pop singer, songwriter, actress, entrepreneur, and former UN Goodwill Ambassador. Having received Ukraine's most prestigious and honorary title, the People's Artist of Ukraine, Lorak has been cited as one of the most powerful and influential women in her country, as well as ranked one of the most beautiful women from Eastern Europe. Lorak represented Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 with the song "Shady Lady" and came in 2nd place behind Dima Bilan from Russia. She came second in the Press Award Eurovision Song Contest and won the Artistic Award for her performance. Karolina Kuiek developed the desire to become a singer as early as the age of four. She often performed at various school vocal competitions. In 1992, she took part in the popular contest 'Pervotsvit' and was the winner. It was here where she met her ex-producer Yuriy Falyosa. As a result, at the age of 14 she signed her first professional contract.
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    Taisia Povaliy

    Taisia Povaliy

    Taisia Povaliy (also Taisia Povalij, Taisiya Povaliy) (Ukrainian: Таїсія Миколаївна Повалій) (born December 10, 1964) is a Ukrainian singer and actress popular in Ukraine and other counties of CIS. She started her career of singer in 1985. In 1993 she had won the Grand Prix at the Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk. Since then she had won many awards. In 1995 she released her first album and was awarded the honorary title of Meritorious Artist of Ukraine. In 1997 she was awarded the title of People's Artist of Ukraine. In 1998 she was awarded the Order of Saint Nicholas Thaumaturgus (International).
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    Milla Jovovich

    Milla Jovovich ( /ˈjoʊvəvɪtʃ/ YOH-və-vich; born Milica Jovović, Serbian Cyrillic: Милица Јововић, Russian: Милица Йовович; December 17, 1975) is an American model, actress, musician, and fashion designer. Over her career, she has appeared in a number of science fiction and action-themed films, for which music channel VH1 has referred to her as the "reigning queen of kick-butt". Milla Jovovich began modeling when Gene Lemuel convinced Herb Ritts to shoot her for the cover of Lei magazine. Richard Avedon featured her in Revlon's "Most Unforgettable Women in the World" advertisements, and she continued her career with other campaigns for L'Oréal cosmetics, Banana Republic, Christian Dior, Donna Karan, and Versace. In 1988, she had her first professional acting role in the television film The Night Train to Kathmandu, and later that year, she appeared in her first feature film, Two Moon Junction. Following more small television appearances such as the "Fair Exchange" (1989) and a 1989 role as a French girl (she was 14 at the time) on a Married... with Children episode and film roles, she gained notoriety with the romance film Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991). She appeared in 1993's
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    Marusia Churai

    Maria or Marusia Churai (1625–1653) was a semi-mythical Ukrainian Baroque composer, poet, and singer. She has become a recurrent motif in Ukrainian literature and the songs ascribed to her are widely performed in Ukraine. Very little is known of her life. She was a native of Poltava, and is regarded as the author as well as the subject of the well-known Ukrainian folk song "Oi Ne Khody Hrytsiu Tai na Vechornytsi" (Hryts, Don't Go to the Evening Dances) known in the West as the song "Yes, My Darling Daughter". According to the mythology surrounding Churai, she was in love with a Cossack named Hryts. Her love was not returned, and she prepared a poison potion for herself, which Hryts drank by accident before she could get to it. She was accused of murder, and stood trial. The exact verdict was unknown, but she is believed to have spent some time in incarceration, before being released or amnestied, commonly believed due to her reputation as a singer-songwriter. The legend about Marusia Churai was formed under the influence of 19th century literary works such as the novel "Marusia, Malorosiiskaia Sapfo" (Marusia, the Littlerussian Sappho) by C. Shakhnovsky (1839). Many writers used
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    Russya

    Russya

    Irina Volodymyrivna "Russya" Poryvai (Ukrainian: Руся; born June 9, 1968 ) is a Ukrainian singer, and musician. She released her first hit song "Don't stand by my window" in 1989. Russya had Top 10 hits on the Ukrainian charts in the late 1980s, and through the early and mid 1990s. She is a two-time winner in category Best Female Artist of Ukraine in 1990 and 1991. Russya retired from recording pop music in 1997 but continued to tour (sometimes with her sister, Natasha Koroleva) till 1999. In 2007 she returned to recording with an album "The Best Of Russya" Born in the Kiev, Ukraine, Russya was raised within a family of musicians. Her father Volodymir Poryvai and her mother Ludmila Poryvai (maiden name Bystrik) were conductors of the Kiev Teachers Choir Cappella "Svitoch". From an early age, Russya had an intense interest in music, especially Ukrainian folk music and European classical music. She started her first pianolessons at age 5 and continued studying through graduation from high school. Later, she was enrolled at Kiev Music College, named after composer Glier, where she studied piano and choirconducting. Shortly before graduating from College she met and latter married
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    Alina Grosu

    Alina Grosu (Ukrainian: Аліна Ґросу; born in Chernivtsi, Ukraine) is a Ukrainian child singer. She released her first studio album in 2000 and has released a total of four albums. Grosu was born in Chernivtsi, Ukraine. She entered the music business after winning in a singing contest. The prize was to record a song in a studio, where she met the singer Iryna Bilyk. They released four albums. After her success in music she moved to Kiev for practical reasons. Grosu has participated in singing contests such as Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk and Junior Eurovision Song Contest national finals.
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    Lolita Milyavskaya

    Lolita Markovna Milyavskaya (Russian: Лоли́та Ма́рковна Миля́вская, née Горелик (Gorelik); born 14 November 1963) is a Russian singer, actress, TV and film director, better known under the stage name Lolita. She was born in Mukachevo, Transcarpathian Region, Ukrainian SSR.
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    Kristina Kots-Gotlib

    Kristina Kots-Gotlib

    Kristina Kots-Gotlib (Ukrainian: Христина Коц-Готліб); (born May 2, 1983 in Donetsk, Ukraine) was the Miss Ukraine Universe 2009. Kristina was crowned Miss Ukraine Universe on February 29, 2009 and represented her country Ukraine at the Miss Universe 2009 pageant at the Bahamas on August 23, 2009. She started her modeling career while studying at the Donetsk Trade and Economy Institute where she received her Masters Degree in International Economics. Kots-Gotlib won the title and the crown for Miss Ukraine Universe 2009 as well as a Mercedes-Benz, a monthly stipend of $5,000 for a year, and a trip to Paris, France. Currently she is interested in dancing, playing soccer and she likes to disassemble home appliances. Kristina has won dozens of local and national beauty contests, and also started her singing career in 2005 with the pop Ukrainian girl trio VIA-Gra (ВИА Гра).
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    Alyosha

    Alyosha

    Alyosha (Ukrainian: Aльоша; born Olena Kucher on 14 May 1986) is a Ukrainian singer. On 20 March 2010, Alyosha won the Ukrainian National Final and thus represented Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010. She replaced Vasyl Lazarovych who was originally picked on December 29, 2009 to represent Ukraine. After some political changes that took place in Ukraine his candidacy was withdrawn on March 15 under suspicion that he was picked with the help of the current director of the State National Television (1st National) Vasyl Ilashchuk. The petition to organize another concourse and to cancel the current results was signed by several famous Ukrainian performers such as Taisia Povaliy, Ruslana Pysanka, Kostyantyn Meladze, and many others. Originally, she was due to participate in the contest with the song "To Be Free". Later on, it came to the light that the winning song has been available for purchase (under the name of Alonya) at Amazon.de since 12 April 2008. This would break the rules of the Eurovision Song Contest. A new song, "Sweet People", was chosen, two days after the 22 March deadline had passed, so NTU was fined by the EBU. Alyosha performed in the 2nd semi-final on 27
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    Oksana Bilozir

    Oksana Volodymyrivna Bilozir (Ukrainian: Оксана Володимирівна Білозір), née Rozumkevych (Ukrainian: Розумкевич), is a People's Artist of Ukraine (1994), People's Deputy of Ukraine, member of Our Ukraine fraction, in 2005 Minister of Culture and Tourism of Ukraine. Oksana Bilozir was born on May 30, 1957 in Smyha settlement, Dubno Raion, Rivne Oblast, Ukrainian SSR (now Ukraine). Father, Volodymyr Rozumkevych (b. 1930), retired Mother, Nina Vasylivna (1933–2004) 1st spouse, Ihor Bilozir (1955–2000), Ukrainian famous composer and singer, the frontman of VIA "Vatra", tragically died in May 2000, after slaughter in Lviv 2nd spouse, Roman Nedzelsky, is the Director of the state enterprise "Ukraina Gastrol'na" (eng. - Touring Ukraine) under Ministry of Culture of Ukraine Sons: Andriy Bilozir and Yaroslav Nedzelsky. Oksana Bilozir is close to the family of former Ukrainian President Yushchenko. She is as well the godmother of one of the daughters of Poroshenko. Oksana Bilozir started her concert activity in 1979, as soloist of VIA "Vatra", founded by her first husband. Since 1994 she has been the lead singer of music band "Oksana". She released 15 CD albums, a DVD, and 10 music
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    Assol

    Assol (born July 4, 1993 in Yalta, Ukraine) is a popular child singer from Donetsk, Ukraine. She released her first album in 2000 at seven years of age. Assol has performed on stage since she was 3. Assol has released two popular albums in Ukraine and is known all over her home country. She has also appeared in several television music shows and in a television series by Svetlana Druzhinina. She won the children's competition in Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk in 2000.Today Assol Lives In Kiev
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    Olga Fedori

    Olga Fedori (born 17 March 1984) is a Ukrainian-born actress, who works in English language films and programmes. She is best known for playing Frieda Petrenko in the BBC medical drama Holby City, from 2010 to 2012. Fedori graduated from Harvard University and won the 'Caroline Isenberg Acting Award' in 2004. In addition to being an actress, Fedori is an accomplished ballroom dancer and a singer. She competed as a member of the Harvard University Ballroom Dance Team throughout her college years. Fedori appeared in The Adventure of Earthboy and Stargirl in the title role as Stargirl in 2006. In 2007, she appeared in British television shows Skins, in which she played Anka in the sixth episode and EastEnders, playing Anya Covalenco. She appeared as the leading female character Scarlett in the short film Birdfeeder which premiered in Brighton on 2 May 2007. On 21 June 2008 at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, her first feature Mum & Dad, in which she plays the lead–protagonist Lena, premiered at the Filmhouse. She appears briefly in the 2010 movie The Wolfman, in which she plays Maleva's daughter. She first appeared in the BBC One medical drama Holby City on 12 May 2010,
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    Alena Vinnitskaya

    Alena Vinnitskaya

    Alena Vinnitskaya (Ukrainian: Олéна Ві́нницька Olena Vinnytska; born Olha Viktorivna Vinnytska (Ukrainian: О́льга Ві́кторівна Ві́нницька) on 27 December 1974, Kiev, in the Ukrainian SSR of the Soviet Union – in present-day Ukraine) is a Ukrainian singer. She is an author and performer. During 6 years of solo career AV has released 5 CDs: Sunrise (2004), 007 (2005), Dolls (2006), Electro (2007), maxi-single Envelope (2008), ZaMIXovano. The Best mixes (2008). Alena has started to write songs in the childhood and was sending them in the newspaper Pionerskaya Pravda. Some time later Alena has become a fan of the band Kino and thanks to this has started to play the guitar. In 1993 Alena created her first group The Last Unicorn, where she appeared as the author of her music and lyrics. The first concerts took place in Kiev Central Hospital. Unfortunately, the first attempt to become an artist collapsed: not enough information and badly developed Ukrainian business forced the group to stop their activity. During these few years Alena worked as the insurance agent, but was always thinking about the creation of her own band. In 1996 Alena gave up her work in the insurance company in hope of
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    Evgenia Vlasova

    Evgenia Vlasova

    Evgenia Vlasova (Ukrainian: Євгенія Власова) (Russian: Евгения Власова) (born 8 April 1978 in Kiev, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union) is a Ukrainian singer-songwriter. Her parents were artistically inclined (mother was an actress, father was a singer). In 1994 Evgenia entered the R. Glier State Higher Music College, graduating in 1998. In this same year, she entered the Queen of the Song international competition in Rimini, Italy singing Musyka dusha moya (Music of my soul). She won the grand prize in this event. Also in 1998, Evgenia won several Ukrainian music popularity competitions such as the Song of the Year festival and the 21st Century's Hope nomination. In 1999 she wrote "Wind of Hope". Dmitriy Kostiuk signed on as her manager in that same year. In November 2001 the Wind of Hope full-length album was released. This album was followed a string of music videos; "Severnoye siyaniye (Northern Lights)", "O Tebe (About You)", "Budu silneye (I'll be strong)", and "Plach obo mne (Cry about me)". In 2004 Evgenia gave birth to a daughter named Nina and stepped briefly out of her singing career to devote her full attention to her new career as a mother. Evgenia re-entered the music world
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    Iryna Bilyk

    Iryna Bilyk

    Iryna Mykolayivna Bilyk (Ukrainian: Ірина Білик) (b. 1970 in Kiev) is a Ukrainian singer, songwriter, People's Artist of Ukraine. She wrote her first song at the age of ten. In 1995, Bilyk performed for the United States President Bill Clinton. She has produced twelve musical albums (including several in Russian and one in Polish), many video clips, and continues to be active in the music industry. On October 27, 2007 Iryna Bilyk married her dancing partner from the TV show "Dances with the Stars-2", a 22-year-old Dmytro Dykusar. The wedding ceremony took place in Rio de Janeiro.
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