Silver Rain Radio
Silver Rain Radio (Russian: Серебряный Дождь) is a Russian (including post-Soviet countries) FM radio station since July 4, 1995. Radio frequency in Moscow, Russia - 100,1 FM. Initiator of the Silver Galosh Award for the most dubious achievements in show business every year. This prise awarded at the congress-hall of Radisson-Slavyanskaya hotel. Is known to be the most eccentric radiostation in Russia. The award can be compared to The Razzies
- On February 3, 1996 awarded with the first "Quality Mark" Prize
- On March 26, 1996 first Silver Galosh '96 ceremony.
- Since October 20, 1996 starts online broadcasting.
- Was one of the sponsors of Russian Mars 96 artificial satellite launched on November 16, 1996
- On July 4, 1997 first morning show of Vladimir Soloviev aired
- On February 27, 1997 introduced the new broadcasting scheme music non-stop
- On January 15, 1997 started to transmit the RDS signals for car audio devices.
- On 1998 April Fool's Day started a Ukrainian broadcasting instead of the usual Russian. Also in the announcement on the previous day the promotion department constated the closing of Russian Office and the migration to Ukrainian FM space.
- On June 6, 1998 the Lowered Ball '98 football match held between the radiostation staff and the audience football teams.
- On December 31, 1999 special correspondent Alexander Begak raised a flag of Silver Rain Radio on the highest peak of Antarctica. The other record was in the air of Thailand when 572 paratroopers grouped around the same flag - this was a message of Happy Birthday to the King of Thailand.
- On January 25, 1999 first shows of Savik Schuster aired - football show Out of play and an informational project (together with Radio Svoboda)
- On December 31, 2000 a frost-resisting fountain full of Vodka opened , 
- On January 22, 2001 the new show of Yuriy Ohochinskiy Stars fall out of the sky about the most notable performers of 1950-1960-th aired
- Since January 17, 2002 the new electronic music and literary exquisites show of Vlad Copp Elements. Assembly Model aired (together with Mus-TV).
- On February 3, 2002 Lou Bega performs on the birthday of Silver Rain Radio 
- On May 29, 2002 became the first who interviewed Cesária Évora in Russia , , , , 
- On June 3, 2002 the first interview of Rhythm and blues King James Brown in Russia 
- On June 20 Silver Galosh '02 became the most row and most provoking Russian ceremony ever conducted , , 
- On October 14, 2002 Nina Hagen in the studio of Silver Rain Radio , , 
- On November 20, 2002 became the first radiostation in Russia to present an Adriano Celentano's new album - Per sempre.
- On 2003 Valentine's Day a Monument to All in love opened during the Silver Kiss action in the Moscow Hermitage Garden. It was sold later for $4,000 in an act of charity to be erected again every year. , , 
- On 2003 April Fool's Day the action Destroy Your Lavatory Pan held under the motto "You deserve to sit on better things!". Pans of some lucky guys were broken live and then replaced with the new wonder of sanitary engineering
- On June 10, 2003 Engelbert Humperdinck on Silver Rain Radio 
- On July 25, 2003 Jay-Jay Johanson on Silver Rain Radio
- On August 8, 2003 Toto Cutugnio on Silver Rain Radio 
- On December 9, 2003 Manfred Mann on Silver Rain Radio
- On May 18, 2004 B.B.King on Silver Rain Radio , 
- On August 4, 2004 Dani Klein (Vaya Con Dios) on Silver Rain Radio 
- On March 3, 2005 Earth Wind & Fire (Verdin White, Ralph Johnson) on Silver Rain Radio 
- On April 1, 2005 Freedom Dance (art-ballet) on Silver Rain Radio
- On April 22, 2005 Alan Parsons on Silver Rain Radio 
- On October 19, 2005 Phil Collins on Silver Rain Radio 
- On March 9, 2006 Chris Rea on Silver Rain Radio 
- On July 27, 2006 Jethro Tull on Silver Rain Radio 
- On August 8, 2006 Liza Minnelli on Silver Rain Radio 
Source: Silver Rain Radio Homepage (translated from Russian)
- Elena Raskatova 
- Michael Plotnikov 
- Lyusiya Green 
- Pavel Vashekin
- Ekaterina Schevtsova 
- David Schneiderov 
- Philip Obruchev 
- Leonid Volodarskiy
- Eugene Bakaev and Vika Agapova 
- Vladimir Solovyov
- Savik Schuster
- Yuriy Ohochinskiy
- Vlad Copp
- Alex Dubas ("Something Good")
- Nikolay Pivnenko 
- Alexey Alexeyevich Eibojenko  and Konstantin Grigorievich Tsivilev  (surnames unknown, used collective pseudonym "Lazy-bones" or Lezheboki )
- Headquarters is located in Russia, Moscow, Petrovsko-Razumovskaya Alleya, 12A, 127083