The star of the ‘ 90s remembered the events of twenty years ago. Galina Romanova, who was remembered by fans of the song “Hey, sailor, my sailor,” in the program “Tonight” was told that it was associated with Oleg Gazmanov.
New edition of “Tonight” was dedicated to the most controversial time in Russia’s recent history – 90 years. It is clear that the topic of discussion in the Studio became not a political event, and people which were entertained at that time. The brightest stars of show business, whose success at the end of the last century was through the roof, gathered to remember what they were dashing 90-e for them.
In the Studio, in turn, appeared singer Natalie, Sergey Minaev, Bogdan Titomir, Natasha Koroleva, Lika star, ex-soloist of group “the Combination” Tatyana Ivanova and Galina Romanova.
Latest fans remembered more as a fun keyboard player and backup singer from team Eskadron by Oleg Gazmanov. Galina Romanova before joining the “Combination” played on the same stage with a famous musician. Footage of pretty girls in fur cap was then publicized on TV, bright backing vocalist was drawn to the camera.
Galina started her solo career. The song “Hey sailor, my sailor” was the real hit of the early 90-ies. Fans believed Galina Romanova and Oleg Gazmanov couple. As intimated the woman, his suspicions the audience was not so far from the truth. Twenty-five years ago the musician and his keyboard player were doing more than dancing on stage.
“Many of us are even married – told Galina Romanov in an interview to the program “Tonight”. – I’m on tour often ask: “are you the mother of Rodion?” Once it so happened that we were in the same bed with Oleg. And in the morning all the neighbors were stunned when they saw that just because my house went out himself Oleg Gazmanov”.
But the career of Galina Romanova in Russian show business did not work out. In memory of a whole generation she was still that girl in the hat is famously podpalova Gazmanov: “You are the sailor I am a sailor”. For many years she lives in Germany, in Frankfurt, where in 2002 she moved with her husband and his family.
“My fourteen years of living here in Russia is very rare – continued Galina Romanova. But German I over the years did not. Feel Russian. Try to visit the Russian Church”.