How many epithets Yoko Ono just did not reward, what labels did not hang – a witch, mediocrity, inhuman, crazy, nondescript. However, all this did not prevent her from becoming the most famous of unknown artists and almost the most discussed widow of the twentieth century. In this, only Jacqueline Kennedy excelled her. What helped Yoko Ono win so many “titles”?
Hereditary aristocrat Yoko Ono
The character of the Japanese Yoko, who was born on February 18, 1933, was tempered as a child, when the family of Tokyo aristocrats had to hide from the bombing of World War II and flee to a remote village. The upper class experienced humiliation and extreme poverty there. Before that, Yoko lived with her mother while her father (a descendant of the emperor) held senior positions at the Bank of Japan in San Francisco. The family was separated several times, then reunited in connection with the new appointments of his father. Continue reading
The singer Nazariy Yaremchuk lived unfairly shortly, but managed to become a legend of Ukrainian and Soviet pop. The songs “Chervona Ruta”, “Guy, Green Guy”, “Vodograi”, “Stozhari”, “Smerekova Hut”, “I Will Go to the Far Mountains” and others circled around the world with him. One poet said of Nazarius that from such soulful singing he had corns in his throat, and his voice became wings.
Love for the song
Nazariy Yaremchuk was born in the village of Rivne in the Chernivtsi region on November 30, 1951 in an ordinary peasant family. He was born when his father was 64 years old, his wife is 33 years younger. Despite this age difference, four children were brought up in the family, instilling in them a love for the singer Nazariy Yaremchukrodniy and Continue reading
The artist must sing truthfully, in an open voice and with all his soul. So Valery Obodzinsky believed and steadily followed this principle, often sacrificing his career for this.
Perhaps that is why the many thousands of halls were filled to capacity and after the words of the entertainer “Valery Obodzinsky sings” the audience could not restrain the enthusiastic roar.
Valery’s childhood passed in Odessa. There he was born on January 24, 1942, when the city was under occupation. The boy was raised by his grandmother, Obodzinsky’s parents went to the front. His father was a Pole by nationality, and his mother was Ukrainian, this mixture in Valery’s veins will once again play a cruel joke with him. Continue reading