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Leader Aerosmith spoke about the Ukrainian roots and love for borscht

Leader of the American rock band Aerosmith Steven Tyler admitted that he has Slavic roots and he grew up in Ukrainian borscht. The musician spoke about this at a press conference in Moscow, where the band will perform on September 5 at a concert dedicated to the City Day.

“My grandmother is German, and my grandfather is Ukrainian. They met at a time when Ukraine and Russia were one country. I grew up on a borsch and will definitely try local dishes, ”Tyler said.

Another member of the group Joey Kramer said that he could live in Moscow, as he was struck by the scale of the city and the active construction of new facilities.

Musicians will perform on Lubyanka Square. Together with them, on the City Day, Russian performers Polina Gagarina, Grigory Leps and Dima Bilan will appear on the stage. The stage was built in the form of the Stalinist high-rise, its design will reach 50 meters in width, 35 - in height and 22 - in depth.

Aerosmith was founded in Boston in 1970. During their career, the band has recorded 15 studio albums that have sold 150 million copies. The latest disc “Music from Another Dimension!” went on sale in November 2012. The rockers have four Grammys, and in 2001 they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Aerosmith came to Russia in 2007 and 2014.

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