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Svetlana Surganova

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Svetlana Surganova Svetlana Yakovlevna Surganova (Russian: Светлана Яковлевна Сурганова) (born November 14, 1968 in Leningrad, USSR) is a Russian rock musician, singer and poet. She was a founding member of the popular Russian rock band Nochnye Snaipery, vocalling and playing violin. In the December, 2002 she left the band and started her own band, Surganova i Orkestr ("Сурганова и оркестр"; "Surganova and orchestra"). In 2003, their first album "Neuzheli ne ja" (“Неужели не я”, “Isn’t it me”) was released and sold more than 100.000 copies. In 2004, they were nominated for “the best live-band of the year” award and won the prestigious FUZZ magazine award for “Song of the year” (“Песня года”). Songs from "Neuzheli ne ja", especially "Murakami" (“Мураками”, “Murakami)” and "Bol’no" ("Больно", "In pain") topped the music charts for months. The band shot a music video "Korabli" ("Корабли", "Ships"), that rotated successfully on MTV and MUZ-TV (МУЗ-ТВ), and went on the first tour through the country. After the first album, later albums included: “Zhivoj” ("Живой",”Alive”) in 2003, “Vozljublennaja Shopena” (“Возлюбленная Шопена”, “Chopin’s beloved”) in 2005, “Sol” (“Соль”, “Salt”) in 2007. Those repeated  ( Wikipedia article )

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Known as
Surganova, Svetlana,Светлана Сурганова,Сурганова Светлана
Date of birth
1968-11-14
Profession
Singer

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