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Vladimir Kuzmin - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography

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Born May 31, 1955, Moscow - Soviet and Russian musician, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, vocalist.
In 1962 he went to the first class in the garrison of Bykhov (Belarus). In the book of honorary guests of the school, there is his own handwritten entry, addressed to his distant childhood. Volodya studied at school No. 5 in the village of Pechenga, was an excellent student, was fond of music since childhood, studied violin at a music school. From the age of five he has been playing the electric guitar. I wrote my first song at the age of six. Studying in the sixth grade, he organized his first group, with which he performed his own songs and covers of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones and other groups at concerts and school evenings. From 1978 to 1983 he studied at the wind department of the Dnepropetrovsk Glinka Musical College, flute class with Sergei Dmitrievich Pyatov (now - the chief conductor of the circus orchestra, soloist of the chamber orchestra "Seasons" named after Harry Logvin). Despite the fact that Kuzmin started learning the flute from scratch, he soon overtook his classmates, and for the state exam he chose the most difficult things - "Suite No. 2" by Bach, "Poem" by Zhanna Kolodub and "Flight of the Bumblebee" by Rimsky-Korsakov. And he played in such a way that the description signed by the chairman of the state commission, professor of the Leningrad Conservatory Alexander Yuriev, read: “The student showed a fairly deep understanding of the composer's style, good command of the instrument. It has a beautiful sound, excellent intonation, a good "Bach" stroke, a confident clean finger technique ... Score - five. ”Gruvemuvestart Studied at MIIT on the same course as Chris Kelmi and Vladimir Slutsker.
Participated in the first and second line-ups of the "Dynamic" group. In 1985, the group released the album Music of Telegraph Wires. For unknown reasons, the album was banned in the USSR, and at the moment it has survived only in digitization from reel-to-reel recordings. However, several songs from him were reissued in the anthologies of the group "Dinamik" and Kuzmina.
Kuzmin gained wider popularity thanks to his collaboration with Alla Pugacheva. In early 1986, the premiere of Igor Nikolaev's song "Two Stars" took place, which Pugacheva and Kuzmin performed as a duet. The song quickly became popular and soon Kuzmin became the vocalist and guitarist of the Recital group, which accompanied Pugacheva. In 1986, he first went with her to the finals of the All-Union television festival "Song of the Year"; in February 1987 he performed with her at the Italian Song Festival in San Remo; during 1986-1987, a number of joint tours of Pugacheva and Kuzmin took place both in the USSR and abroad (in Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland and other countries). Kuzmin wrote songs for Alla Pugacheva. At the end of 1986, they recorded a joint split-album "He, She and the Rain", which was due out in 1987. However, the album was never released in a timely manner, since Kuzmin and Pugacheva abruptly stopped cooperation. Part of the material (songs performed by Kuzmin) was included in the album "Romeo and Juliet", and the idea was fully realized only 10 years later, in 1997 in the album "Two stars" .
In 1987, the Melodiya company released the first solo album of Vladimir Kuzmin, "My Love" .
In March 1987, Kuzmin assembled a new line-up of the Dynamic group: Alexander Stepanenko (saxophone; ex-Bravo), Valentin Lyozov (bass; ex-Arsenal, Rock-Atelier), Alexander Goryachev (guitar; ex- "Gulliver", "Brigade C"), Alexander ("Bach") Bakhurets (drums) and Alexander Telegin (aka Alexander Kuzmin) (keyboards). After V. Lyozov left the group, A. Telegin (Alexander Kuzmin, Sanya Diegov) began to play the bass guitar, who was replaced on keyboards by Igor Len (ex- "Nikolai Copernicus", "Obermaneken", "Center"). After a short rehearsal period, Kuzmin went on tour with the group. He successfully toured with this line-up and recorded records, including one of Kuzmin's best albums, "Tears on Fire" .
In 1991-1992 Kuzmin and "Dynamic" continued their careers in California, where they performed in nightclubs with local musicians and recorded two English-language albums: "Dirty Sounds" and "Crazy about Rock-n-Roll" .
At the end of 1992, Vladimir returned to Moscow, where he restored his accompanying staff, recruiting new musicians, since almost all the members of his former group remained to live in America. In 1993, Kuzmin began touring and recording new concert and studio solo albums, while changing the composition of the musicians of "Dinamika" several times and getting the sound he needed from the band.

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