The “Zveri” band to perform in MongoliaArt & Culture
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ The “Zveri” Russian pop rock band will stage a concert in Mongolia with an objective to deliver actions of saving mazaalai (Gobi bear) around the world under a slogan “Sings for Mazaalai”.
This concert will be co-organized by the SHAMK entertainment and the “AIST” TV channel in Mongolia, but the concert’s date is not clear yet.
Founded in 2001, the “Zveri” band includes Roman «Zver'» Bilyk (lead singer), Vyacheslav Zarubov (musician), Alexey Lubchik (bass guitarist) and Maksim Leonov (guitarist) and Mikhail Kraev (drummer).
The band was named after Roman Bilyk’s nickname. He was soon joined by Maksim Leonov on guitars, Kostya Labezkiy on the bass, Kirill Antonenko on keyboards and Misha Kraev on the drums and the group began work on their debut album Golod (Hunger), released in February 2003. This album contained many of the group's best-known songs, such as Dozhdi-Pistolety (Rain-Guns), Dlya Tebya (For You) and Prosto Takaya Sil'naya Lyubov' (Simply such a strong love).
In March 2004, Zveri released their second album, entitled Rayony-Kvartaly (Regions-districts).