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Stas Mikhaylov

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Occupation  Singer
Name  Stas Mikhaylov

Role  Singer
Spouse  Inna Mikhaylova (m. 2011)
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Full Name  Stanislav Vladimirovich Mikhaylov
Born  April 27, 1969 (age 48) (1969-04-27) Sochi, Soviet Union
Awards  Meritorious Artist of Russia (2010)
Albums  Ya otkroyu svoe serdtse, Signal on Love, Alive
Children  Daria Mikhaylova, Nikita Mikhaylov, Maria Mikhaylova, Ivanna Mikhaylova
Parents  Lyubov Mikhailova, Vladimir Mikhaylov
Similar People  Grigory Leps, Taisia Povaliy, Elena Vaenga, Stas Piekha, Irina Krug

СТАС МИХАЙЛОВ - ВСЕ ДЛЯ ТЕБЯ / Stas Mikhaylov - All for you

Stanislav Vladimirovich Mikhaylov (Russian: Станислав Владимирович Михайлов), better known as Stas Mikhaylov (Russian: Стас Михайлов, born 27 April 1969 in Sochi, Russia) is a popular Russian singer and songwriter, Meritorious Artist of the Russian Federation (2010); laureate of Golden Gramophone Award. Stas Mikhaylov reported the highest income of all singers in Russia in 2011 with $20 million and 2012 with $21 million


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Mikhaylov is best known for his songs Dlya tebya (lit. For you) and Nu vot i vsyo. The first of those, became the most well-known among the releases of singer.

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  • Свеча (Candle) (1997)
  • Посвящение (Dedication) (2002)
  • Позывные на любовь (Call-sign To The Love) (2004)
  • К тебе иду (I'm Coming To You) (2005)
  • Берега мечты (Coasts Of The Dream) (2006)
  • Небеса (Heaven) (2007)
  • Жизнь-река (Life-river) (2008)
  • Живой (Alive) (2010)
  • Только ты (Only You) (2011)
  • Джокер (2013)
  • 1000 Шагов (1000 Steps) (2014)
  • Compilations

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  • Все для тебя (Everything Is For You) (2007)
  • Нежданная любовь (Unexpected Love) (2008)
  • Лучшие песни на бис (The Best Songs Encore) (2010)

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