Зарубежные СМИ

    USA

  • Rolling Stone, September 22, 2017. Moscow Music Peace Festival: How Glam Metal Helped End the Cold War
  • Beverly Press, April 13, 2006. Stars Honored at Russian Festival
  • The Malibu Times, April 13, 2006. Malibu residents attend Russian Festival
  • Beverly Hills Courier, April 15, 2005. MacLaine Honored at Russian Nights Fest
  • The New York Times, November 1, 2004. From Russia, With a Hearty Dose of Eclecticism
  • Los Angeles Times, April 23, 2004. Russians kick things up a notch
  • The Hollywood Reporter, April 19, 2004. From Russia, with love
  • Hollywood Life, May, 2003
  • Hollywood Reporter, May, 2003
  • Movieline, May, 2003
  • Los Angeles Times, April 24, 2003
  • Houston Chronicle, April 23, 2003
  • The Sacramento Bee, April 23, 2003
  • Ventura Country Star, April 22, 2003
  • Variety, April 22, 2003
  • Associated Press, April 22, 2003
  • The Advocate, April 22, 2003
  • Associated Press, April 21, 2003
  • LA Weekly, April 18, 2003. The first exhibition of Russian cinema
  • Los Angeles Times, April 18, 2003. For L.A., a series of Moscow nights
  • Rave! April 18, 2003. Film devotee gives L.A.
  • LA Daily News, April 18, 2003
  • Daily Breeze/Rave, April 18, 2003
  • Entertainment Today, April 18, 2003
  • The Korea Times, April 18, 2003
  • Campus Circle, April 16, 2003
  • Hollywood Reporter, April 11, 2003. The Russians are coming!
  • The Jewish Journal, April 11, 2003
  • Passport to the world, July-August, 1993. The first show business in new Russia
  • Fortune, December 2, 1991. Entrepreneurs
  • AIM, October,1991. Gorky Park Guru. From rock rebel to counter-culture businessman
  • Billboard, September, 1991. The coup (that failed)
  • Time, July 15, 1991. Stas Namin. Impressario
  • Billboard, June 8, 1991. Private Record Companies Emerging in the Soviet Union
  • Life, February 26, 1991. Soviet survivor
  • Applause, December ,1990. The Soviet Union’s first man of rock
  • Rolling Stone, October 5, 1989.Tell Tchaikovsky the news
  • Billboard, August 26, 1989. Moscow festival a rock success
  • Performance, August 26, 1989. Moscow Music Peace Festival
  • People, August, 1989. Soviets just say “Lf” to U.S. groups at rock fest
  • Financial Times, May 10, 1988. Pop goes political on a Moscow night
  • The Baltimore Sun, March 6, 1988. Soviet court decadent rock’n’roll cautiously
  • The Baltimore Sun, February 1, 1988. Soviet rockers want nation stepping to a livelier tune
  • The Boston Globe, May 2, 1987. Joel plans tour of Soviet Union
  • St.Paul Pioneer, December 22, 1986. Soviet stars joins benefit concert (note)
  • News-Press, October 7, 1986. Names (note)
  • Los Angeles Times, October 3, 1986. Russian rockers in Santa Monica
  • Variety, October 3, 1986. Nitery review. Stas Namin Group
  • Live at my place, October 1986. Stas Namin
  • Los Angeles Times, September 30, 1986. Russian rockers here “to play jam”
  • San Francisco Chronicle, September 27, 1986. Mayor greets Russian rock star
  • The Vancouver Sun, September 24, 1986. Making music for  the masses (about Stas)
  • The Province, September 24, 1986. А message of peace
  • The Boston Sunday Globe, September 14, 1986. Soviet rockers shatter barriers
  • The Boston Herald, September 12, 1986. The Russians are coming. Boston gets a taste of rock in the USSR
  • The Boston Globe, September 12, 1986.“Peace Child” arrives in Boston
  • People, September 9, 1986. The Russians are here!(note)
  • New York Post, September 9, 1986. Sean helps give peace a chance
  • York Daily Record, September 5, 1986. The “Хозяин” of the Soviet Union
  • Living, September 3, 1986. Soviets make first “Peace Child” appearance
  • The Christian Science Monitor, June 11, 1986. Russian rock tour (note)
  • Time, October 12, 1981. Tired? Nyet! Woodstock, Yerevan style

 

  Europe

  • Der Spiegel (Germany), August 14, 1989. Welcome to Wladiwoodstok
  • Metall Hammer (Germany), 1989. Love&Peace meets east and west
  • (Germany), April 13, 1987. Rock Ost-West in Wunsiedel
  • Frankenpost (Germany), April 11, 1987. Sowetischer Rockmusiker Stas Namin: Unsere Botschaft:Frieden
  • Sechsahterbote (Germany), April 11, 1987. Rocken fur den Frieden, Germany
  • NWZ (Germany), November 13, 1985. “Rock aus Moskau” musikalisch perfekt
  • Die Welt (Germany), November 8, 1985. Russen-Rock erstmals auf Tournee
  • Hamburger Rundschau (Germany), November 7, 1985. Stas Namin in der Bundesrepublik. Melodischer Rock aus der Sowjetunion
  • Lubecker Nachrichten Frankenpost (Germany), November 7, 1985. Hit “Jurmala” tribe die Stimmung auf die Spitze. Moskauer Rockgruppe “Stas Namin” began Tournee in Lubeck.
  • Hamburger Morgenpost (Germany), November 5, 1985. Zum ersten Mal in Hamburg: Funf junge Sowjet-Rocker
  • Fabrik (Germany), Okt 18, 1985. Die Russen kommen! Stas Namin aus Moskau am 7.11. in der Fabrik
  • Het Vervolg (Holland), mei 9, 1987. Roll over Stalin
  • Markbladet (Sweden), maj 26, 1988. Sovjetisk popgrupp gastar Kinna
  • Borask tiding (Sweden), maj 26, 1988. Sovjetgrupp till Kinna
  • Paris Match (France), August 31, 1989. Dix mille miliciens encadrent la foule ivre de liberte et de vodka
  • Actuel (France), November, 1988. Un peu plus loin, la datcha de la famille Mikoyan
  • Magazyn (Poland), 4 kwietnia, 1997. Rekin i gwiazdy

   

Africa

  • Noticias, 4 de Novembro, 1987. Grupo de “rock” me Maputo
  • Noticias, 16 de Novembro, 1987. “Rock” vive para sempre
  • Nacional. Stas Namin. A ebulicao do rock sovietico

   

    South America

  • TV, 3 de Agosto,1988. Stas Namin en Lima. Rock con Sabor a Vodka
  • Trabajadores, 29 de septiembre, 1987. Stas Namin, de la URSS. Rock del este
  • RTV, 2 de Agosto,1988. Se avecina el rock ruso
  • La Republica, 14 de Julio,1988. A bailar y reir con la “Perestroika”
  • Gente, 4 de Agosto,1988. Los rockeros sovieticos tocan al ritmo de la Peresroika
  • El Tiempo, 15 de Julio,1988. Lo invito a bailar rock, Mr.Lenin

 

    Australia

  • The Daily Telegraph, October 27, 1988. Let’s do the peresroika twist
  • The Sydney Morning Gerald, October 24, 1988. Many finale for boys from back in the USSR