A multinational Austrian music group that performs Russian-style ska music, Russkaja are initial and foremost a live show act popular for inspiring an exceedingly enthusiastic (and frequently vodka-fueled) response off their market. Russkaja’s reputation being a concert appeal resulted in their eventual crossover in to the Austrian mainstream in 2008 when the band’s separately released debut record became a high 20 hit. Located in Vienna, Austria, the music group is made up of Georgij Makazaria (vocals; blessed Sept 5, 1974, in Moscow, Russia), Hans-Georg Gutternigg (trumpet, trombone, tuba, vocals; May 11, 1973; Linz, Austria), Manfred Franzmeier (saxophone, clarinet, vocals; January 16; Wels, Austria), Antonia-Alexa Georgiew (violin, vocals; June 20, 1985; Hamburg, Germany), Zebo Adam (electric guitar, vocals; August 2; Vienna, Austria), Dimitri Miller (bass, vocals; November 2, 1980; Uzhhorod, Ukraine), and Titus Vadon (drums, vocals; May 25; Vienna, Austria). Russkaja had been founded in 2005 by vocalist Georgij Makazaria, who, after shifting to Vienna in 1992, acquired formerly been an associate from the Austrian steel music group Stahlhammer. Many of the various other bandmembers of Russkaja had been also previously in various other rings: guitarist Zebo Adam is normally previously of Die Hallucination Firm; saxophonist Manfred Franzmeier is normally formerly of Sizzling hot Pants Road Membership and in addition performed with Madrid de los Austrias; trombonist Hans-Georg Gutternigg previously performed with Franz Welser-Möst and Joe Zawinul; drummer Titus Vandon can be previously of Drahdiwaberl; and bassist Dimitri Miller performed in a variety of rings in his indigenous Ukraine. Authorized to the 3rd party Austrian label Chat Chapeau, Russkaja debuted in 2006 having a four-track EP, Dawai, which showcased the band’s propulsive ska musical design and mixture of Russian- and English-language lyrics. The band’s full-length debut recording, Kasatchok Superstar, adopted in 2008, preceded from the maxi-single Dope Shit (2007). Kasatchok Superstar became a high 20 strike in Austria, peaking at quantity 15 in its second week of launch. To get the recording, Russkaja toured Austria and Germany, also carrying out one-off displays throughout Traditional western and Eastern European countries.