June 7 in music history


Today marks:

Glukoza is 36 years old (The Russian singer is the winner of the 2003 MTV EMA Awards. The singer's debut album "Gluk'oZa Nostra" became an international hit, and the singles "Nevesta" and "Hate" topped the charts in Russia and Ukraine).

Iggy Azalea is 32 years old (Australian-American hip-hop singer and songwriter. In 2012 Azalea became the first girl and the first non-American white rapper to appear on XXL's "Top 10 Freshman List").

Alexander Marshal is 65 years old (Russian rock musician, singer, bassist, songwriter. Known as a member of Araks, Pilgrims, Flowers and Gorky Park, and also as a solo performer).

Sergey Chumakov is 50 years old (Russian singer. Diploma winner of the first contest "Morning Star" (1991); winner of the contest "Shlyager 1992")



Prince (American musician, singer, guitar virtuoso, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, composer, producer, actor, and director was born 64 years ago. More than 100 million copies of his albums have been sold worldwide. Prince's name was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004, the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2006, and the Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame in 2016.) (1958-2016)

In 1963, The Rolling Stones made their television debut on Thank Your Lucky Stars. The record company Decca released The Rolling Stones' first single "Come On".

In 1965, Sony Corporation introduced the first home video recorder priced at $995, the CV-2000.