Breitburg in 2006, accompanying Larisa Dolina at the Slavic Bazaar in Vitebsk
Ким Александрович Брейтбург|
February 10, 1955
Lviv, Ukrainian SSR, USSR
|Occupation||singer, songwriter, composer, producer, entrepreneur|
Kim Alexandrovich Breitburg (Russian: Ким Александрович Брейтбург, 10 February 1955, Lvov, Ukrainian SSR, USSR) is a Russian composer, singer, keyboardist, author of more than 600 songs, 5 art rock suites and 7 musicals. Breitburg, who first came to prominence as a founder and frontman of the Soviet progressive rock band Dialog (1978-1991) in the later years became a successful mainstream entrepreneur; among his best known projects are the popular reality talent shows "People's Artist", "The Secret of Success" and "The Battle of Choirs".
- How the Become People's Artists. Omsk, Novoe Obozrenye, February 2005
- "Ким Александрович Брейтбург". Kino-Teatr. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
- Kim Breitburg story at the Casanova (musical) site
- Kim Breitburg. The band’s frontman biography at the Dialog unofficial site.
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