6. Nyusha

6. Nyusha

Apr 05
6. Nyusha

Young, but already very popular singer Nyusha (the true name Anna Vladimirovna Shurochkina) was born on 15 August, 1990 in Moscow where she also grew up in a family of musicians, who divorced when Nyusha was 2 yeas old. Despite this fact Nysha’s father, musician and composer, ex-soloist of band “Laskovii May” (Caressing May), and then a solo singer took a great part in his daughter’s upbringing, who stared to sing at the age of 3 and cherished a dream to become a singer. Having heard his daughter singing different songs, her father decided to bring Nyusha to the studio. Thus, she recorded her first song “Pesenka Bolishoi Medveditsi” (The Song of Big Female Bear) at 5 years old.
Nyusha’s first concert took place at age of 12, when her father wrote special songs for her. During her Ural concert tour Nyusha writes first text for her song in English language. During one of the concerts in Köln, Nysha was approached by a person, who asked where she was from and couldn’t believe that English wasn’t her native language as she sang with no accent. After this performance Nyusha got the invitation from Köln Producer Company collaborating with London Company “Inetrscope”. Nyusha was considered to have everything needed to sing in the West. However, Nyusha decided to make carrier in Russia before becoming internationally known.
In 2008 she became the finalist of the “New Wave 2008” contest where she performed her first hit “Voyiu na Lunu” (Howling at the Moon).