Los Angeles Russian Band 1

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Los Angeles Russian Band 1

The show of this Los Angeles Russian Band is a natural blend of rich, energetic Russian folk music, phenomenal original jazz and blues compositions, with some of the most breathtaking vocal arrangements ever heard.

Their mesmerizing, dynamic and outrageous dancing and magnificent costumes highlight each note and brighten every step. One can’t help but love their high energy and spirit-raising phenomena.

They just released their 6th album. The band’s albums are also being distributed nationally & internationally. The musicians are permanent residents of the United States, so they are here to stay and celebrate and do what they do best: delight and entertain!

Los Angeles Russian Band origin

This Los Angeles Russian Band has its origins in Moscow. This group toured the former Soviet Union performing in some of its more famous theaters. At the peak their fame there, they emigrated to the United States with only two of the original cast at his heels.

In 1991, they reformed in the States as a four-member folk and comedy troupe. They were very successful performing for audiences of all ages across Canada and the United States at music and comedy festivals, children’s festivals, clubs, and college campuses.

Los Angeles Russian Band recognition

In 1993, this Los Angeles Russian Band competed on and won the Ed McMahon’s International Star Search band competition. In 1995, they showcased at The National Association for Campus Activities convention in Boston where over 150 colleges signed up to bring the band to their campuses! They were voted by readers of Campus Activities Today magazine as "Best Music Act for 1995". They were nominated for Group of the Year at the 1996 Kerrville Music Awards. They were featured in a long running national TV ad for KIT KAT candy bars which became a tongue-in-cheek anthem for them. L.A.’s number one watched news program, KTLA Morning News, featured a live interview and performance and the Los Angeles Music Center on Tour proudly touts them as one of their most popular and celebrated artists.

Recently song one of their song was accepted to a movie called "Love Hurts" November 2009, also another song took a place at the Blizz Con 2009 dance contest. They have written a movie score for movie called “Crossing Numbers”, which is going to be seen all over US at the movie festivals..

This Los Angeles Russian Band music is part of “Icon” with Patrick Swayze, “Melcolm In The Middle” with “Traffic In Moscow” song, ” Euro Trip”in soundtrack as well, " Blade 2 " " 15 Minutes " with Robert De Nero,"Armageddon", "Somewhere in the City" starring Sandra Bernhardt and " Death By Pizza".

Velvel Records has released the soundtrack for "Somewhere In The City" with their song in it.."Happy Face" with Ann Margaret and Henry Thomas. They have also written music for the Christmas Parade at the Universal Studios, 1998. Mark Mothersbaugh, of DEVO and one of today’s top television and film composers, frequents local their shows and enthusiastically signed up to be on their mile long mailing list. Even Ronald and Nancy Reagan have enjoyed their celebration in music during a private welcoming party for the Gorbachevs.

Special appearance for Paul Allen’s birthday with Bill Gates. The great Peter Ustinov loves them so much, he had them play at his own birthday party. They joined royalty when they entertained Julie Andrews and invited guests on her grand estate in Malibu. Jonathan Densmore, of the Doors, thought them so entertaining during one of their outdoor concerts, he slapped them a hefty check and was one of the first to join the ever-growing list of their fans everywhere. One of this Los Angeles Russian Band's songs made it to the final at the John Lennon’s Songwriring Contest.

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Country United States
City Los Angeles
State/Province California
Performer Type Musical Act

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