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Zhanna Aguzarova (*July, 07, 1967) is a Russian Pop-Singer.
Aguzarova arrived in Moscow in July 1982. She adopted a pseudonym, Ivana Anders, because she lacked a passport and thus went by the name on her false documentation, which had belonged to the daughter of a Swedish diplomat. Aguzarova’s first musical endeavor was as the lead singer for the group Krimatoriy (Crematorium). In 1983 she was taken in by Evgeniy Havtan as vocalist for the group that would soon be called Bravo. Together with Bravo she recorded a 20-minute-long cassette tape that, circulated among acquaintances, earned them gigs at a Moscow dance club. But on March 18, 1984, Aguzarova’s past caught up with her when she was arrested after a concert. By some accounts she was deported from Moscow and sent home to Siberia. By others she spent a year in prison and committed to a psychiatric ward. A year later, she rejoined Bravo, which had been invited to take part in the U.S.S.R.’s Creative Laboratory of Rock Music in Moscow. They appeared on TV, festivals and concerts. These years with Bravo, from 1985-1987, were instrumental in Aguzarova’s development as a pop star.
In 1987 the government-run label Melodia released the group’s first album, Bravo. In these early years Aguzarova is...
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