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European Music Star Emin is joined on the stage by David Foster and guests for one hour concert at the famed Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Emin is an international recording star who has produced and recorded albums in the United Kingdom with Grammy winner Nile Rodgers and with blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa in the United States. His music is inspired by classic rock artists like Elvis Presley and by singers like Frank Sinatra and Michael Bubble. Currently living in Moscow and London, he was born in Baku in the Caucasus Republic and grew up in Tenafly, New Jersey before graduating from Manhattan College in New York City.
He is joined on the stage by American music producer & composer David Foster (over 50 Grammy nominations) and by singers Ani Lorak (Ukraine) and Polina Gagarina (Russia).
This 60 minute program and 90 minute pledge event taped in July of 2016 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, features new and classic songs like "You Don't Have To Say (You love me)" "You Were Always on My Mind" and an "Unchained Melody". Emin plans to tour the United States in the spring of 2017. Over 50,000 people crowded the historic Hermitage Plaza to attend this spectacular concert.
Into the night
You dont have to say you love me (with Ani Lorak)
I Will Always Love You (Ani Lorak)
Two shots of Happy
You are so Beautiful
Always on my mind (with Polina Gagarina)
Love is a deadly game
SHOT in front of 50,000 people at the famed Hermitage Museum in st. petersburg, rusia
featuring david foster on piano lending his unmistakable style to the orchestra & band
Companion CD & DVD
Tickets to local concerts (US tour planned for Spring 2017)
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