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Saturday, October 29, 2016

Gleb Samoilov asked the court to forbid the brother to sing the song “Agatha Christie”

Gleb Samoilov, the younger brother of the founder of the legendary group “Agatha Christie” Vadim Samoilov has submitted the claim to Savelovsky court. He doesn’t want to take performed songs of the group in their tour.

photo: Marat Abulhasan

In Savelovsky court announced about the beginning of the lawsuit between the brothers Gleb and Vadim Samojlovym, which was at the time, singers and songwriters of the band “Agatha Christie”. Hleb has filed a lawsuit against the brother of Vadim on the protection of intellectual property. It requires the court to Vadim Samoilov has banned sing the hits on tour, which he arranged, reports RIA “Novosti”. June 16 will have passed pre-trial preparation, while on 19 June at the festival Maxidrom Vadim Samoilov had to perform a few favorite songs.

Read the story: Gleb Samoilov: “to Perform the song “Agatha Christie” – not ethical!”

We will remind that after disintegration of the group in 2010, brothers a long time did not performed the song “Agatha Christie” separately. But now Vadim Samoilov organized a tour Agatha Christie. All the hits” and had to go not only to different cities, but also on the baïse Hamim to Russian military personnel in Syria.

The group was founded by Vadim Samoilov, Alexander Kozlov and Peter May in 1985. Vadim Samoilov is the authors of such hits as “Viva Kalman!”, “Black moon”, “Never”. However, since 1991, when the group was joined by Gleb Samoilov, he gradually becomes the main songwriter. After the group disbanded he started to develop another project – Gleb Samoyloff & The MATRIXX.

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