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|Origin||USSR, Russian Federation|
|Genres||Pop, Eurodance, Euro disco|
|Years active||1990–1994, 2002|
|Labels||Studio "Southwest", Music Attack|
|Past members||Konstantin Terentyev, Igor Ponomarev, Elena Terentyeva, Anton Dremlyuga, Igor Milovanov|
The Sheriff group was created by Konstantin Terentyev in 1990, in Moscow. At that time, Konstantin Terentyev was (one of the two) creator, producer and keyboard player of the group " Stars." The first album of the group "Sheriff" - "Natalie" was released in 1990, at the same time the group "Sheriff" on the record of the program "Top Secret" in Leningrad presented the premieres of the songs "Do not leave," "Fast Train" and "Warm Rain." In 1991, "Natali" and "Do not leave" were also presented in the "Top Secret"; also with the song "Do not leave" the group "Sheriff" participated in the filming of the musical program "Pearl Island"; the song "Where are you?" was recorded and performed in the concert "Gala Records Presents" and the premiere of the video for this song in the programs "Marathon-15," "Sound Track." In 1992, on June 14, Konstantin Terentyev and the Sheriff group participated in a television shoot with the song "Where are you?" Of the final concert of the Hit Top Show 50/50, in honor of the 3rd anniversary of the program, in the Kremlin Palace of Congresses; after the second version of the video for the song "Where are you?" was created on the basis of the television version of this performance; presented to the public the songs "Fairy Forest" and "Julia" (a cover of the song "Blue System" - "Romeo & Juliet"), the album "Julia" was released. In 1993, the television premiere of the song "Julia" took place. The Sheriff group and the Stars group toured extensively around the country and abroad with a joint concert program; large tours of tours were very successful, which created good competition for other groups of dance music of those years. In 1994, the creative paths of Sheriff and Stars gradually diverged, the Stars group finally ended their careers.
In 1996-1997 Konstantin Terentyev together with Roman Zhukov participates in the Nemo Project - electronic, club music; in 1997 they published the album "Back to the Future." Also in this project, Konstantin Terentyev, the author of the text and S. Kulikov, the author of the music for the song "Space Elevator," to which Konstantin Terentyev and Roman Zhukov presented a joint video "No drugs/Space Elevator" on Channel One. On the channel "TV6 Moscow" in the program "Party Zone" K. Terentyev and R. Zhukov jointly performed with the premiere of the song "White Color."
In 2002, the Sheriff's album, Julia, was reissued on the Music Attack label. The album added to the previously published songs "Dance under the Moon" - a joint authorship of Elena Terentyeva and Konstantin Terentyev.
Konstantin Terentyev - dates
Konstantin Viktorovich Terentyev _ October 21, 1963 - April 7, 2006.
Composition and Members
- Konstantin Terentyev - founder, leader, lead vocalist
- Igor Ponomarev - guitar
- Elena Terentyeva - keyboards, backing vocals
- Anton Dremlyuga - keyboards
- Igor Milovanov - drums
- Natalia Gulkina - backing vocals
- Igor Inshakov - guitar
- 1990 - Studio "Southwest" MC "Sheriff" - "Natalie."
- 1992 - Studio "Southwest" MC "Sheriff" - "Julia."
- 2002 - "Music Attack" CD "Sheriff" - "Julia."
- 1997 - "Mega Records" MC "Sheriff" - "Disco."
- 2003 - "Music Attack Germany" CD "Sheriff" - "Disco 80."
- 2004 - "JAM Group International" CD "Sheriff" - "Legendary Songs."
Compositions and Authors
JULIA - music D. Bohlen, text N. Gulkina
DO NOT LEAVE - music E. Terentyeva, text N. Gulkina
NATALIE - music E. Terentyeva, text N. Gulkina
FAST TRAIN - music E. Terentyeva, text N. Gulkina
THIS DAY - music E. Terentyeva, text N. Gulkina
BIRTHDAY - music E. Terentyeva, text N. Gulkina
WARM RAIN - music E. Terentyeva, text N. Gulkina
WHERE ARE YOU? - music E. Terentyeva, text N. Gulkina
FABULOUS FOREST - music E. Terentyeva, text N. Gulkina
DANCE UNDER THE MOON - music E. Terentieva, text E. Terentyeva, K. Terentyev.
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