Belarusian musicians died at 62

Here are 1 famous musicians from Belarus died at 62:

Vladimir Mulyavin

Vladimir Mulyavin (January 12, 1941 Yekaterinburg-January 26, 2003 Moscow) also known as Мулявин Владимир was a Belarusian singer.

His discography includes: Голос души. Часть 1. Нерастиражированное. Genres he performed include Folk music, Rock music and World music.

Vladimir Mulyavin was born in Yekaterinburg, Russia, but spent most of his life in Belarus, where he became a prominent figure in the country's music scene. He is best known for his work with the group Pesniary, which he founded in 1968. The group quickly gained a following in Belarus and beyond, thanks in part to Mulyavin's innovative fusion of traditional Belarusian folk music with contemporary rock and pop styles.

In addition to his work with Pesniary, Mulyavin also released several solo albums throughout his career, including the acclaimed "Голос души. Часть 1. Нерастиражированное." He was known for his distinctive voice, which was both powerful and emotional, and his ability to connect with audiences through his music.

During his career, Mulyavin received numerous awards and honors in recognition of his contributions to Belarusian culture, including the title of People's Artist of Belarus. He continued to perform and record music up until his death in 2003 at the age of 62. Today, his legacy lives on through his music, which remains beloved by fans in Belarus and beyond.

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