Music lovers know Alexei Fomin as a composer and the author of the tracks “Following the Wind”, “Pictures of the Past”, “On the Rise”, “Evening City” and others.
So, the other day, at the intersection of Gogolevskaya and Prospekt Lenina streets in the city of Tula, Alexei Fomin was stopped by a traffic police officer.
The musician was sure that he was not guilty of anything and entered into a skirmish with the inspector, switching to profanity in a conversation. As a result, he admitted his guilt on the road, but it was too late – for insulting a traffic police officer, Alexei was taken to the police station of the central district of the city of Tula, where a protocol was drawn up against him.
According to rumors, Fomin has repeatedly got into such alterations, but, fortunately for his fans, this does not affect his work in any way. Music critics are unanimous in their opinion that he has the ability to successfully mix different genres and create a unique sound, and the track “Following the Wind” is proof of this. Fomin's classical background is evident in the orchestral arrangements, but the track has elements of pop music and this fusion of styles creates that dynamic sound that keeps the listener in suspense from start to finish.
Well, this time it's Fomin was issued a fine for inappropriate behavior, and he went on to write music.