Nomin Talst

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Nomin talst
Origin Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Genres Pop, pop rock
Years active 1997 (1997)–2007
Members Sükhee (1997–Present)
Khayanaa (1997–Present)
Deegii (1997–Present)
Khaazaa (1997–Present)
Past members Erdenetögs
Erdenebayar

Nomin talst (Монгол: Номин талст) was a Mongolian boy band who was originally made up of D. Batsükh /also known as "Sükhee" Монгол: Сүхээ/, A. Khayankhyarwaa /also known as "Khayanaa" Монгол: Хаянаа/, T.Delgermörön /also known as "Deegii" Монгол: Дээгий/ and T.Khangerel /also known as "Khaazaa" Монгол: Хаазаа/. The group's name is a combination of the names "Nomin" and "Talst". In 2000, Nomin talst released their album, Gerel suuder /features the title track "Gerel süüder"/. Nomin talst performed a final concert at the "UB Palace" in Ulaanbaatar on 27, 28 November 2007. Khayanaa joined the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP) in 2004.

Members[edit]

D. Batsukh
Birth name D. Batsukh
Born (1977-10-17) 17 October 1977 (age 39)
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer–songwriter
Years active 1995–present
Associated acts Nomin talst
Amgalangyn Khayankhyarwaa
Birth name Amgalangyn Khayankhyarwaa
Born (1980-08-20) 20 August 1980 (age 36)
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer–songwriter
Years active 1997–present
Associated acts Nomin talst
T.Delgermörön
Birth name T.Delgermörön
Born (1979-11-27) 27 November 1979 (age 37)
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1997–present
Associated acts Nomin talst, Mister Dogs
T. Khan-gerel
Birth name T.Khan-gerel
Born (1979-04-17) 17 April 1979 (age 38)
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1997–present
Associated acts Nomin talst

D. Batsükh[edit]

Sukhee (born Batsükh /Монгол: Д. Батсүх/, 17 October 1977, Ulaanbaatar) is an Mongolia pop star, and as a member of Nomin talst. He is tenor singing voice. After success with Nomin talst, the band decided in 2007 to move on to solo projects. Batsükh was the first, with his debut solo album, Khotiin khugjim, released on May 2007. In 2008, second album released.

Amgalangyn Khayankhyarwaa[edit]

Khayanaa (born Amgalangyn Khayankhyarwaa /Монгол: Амгалангийн Хаянхярваа/, 20 August 1980, Ulaanbaatar) is an Mongolia pop star, and as a member of Nomin talst. Khayanaa graduated from Ulaanbaatar's No.84 ten-year school in 1997. In 2000, he completed his Bachelor of Business Administration degree at the Institute of Finance and Economics. In 2006, Khayanaa released a solo album titled Ankhnii zakhidal. He is tenor singing voice. Present, he studying Master of Business Administration degree at the Academy of Management.

T. Delgermörön[edit]

Deegii (born T. Delgermörön /Монгол: Т. Дэлгэрмөрөн/, 27 November 1979, Ulaanbaatar) is an Mongolia pop star, and as a member of Nomin talst. Deegii graduated from Ulaanbaatar's No.84 ten-year school in 1997. He is tenor singing voice. Deegii attempted a career as a solo artist in 2005, when he released Amin zurkh, on his second solo album, in 2007. Later, his third album Bi Mongol khun in 2010.

T. Khan-gerel[edit]

Khaazaa (born T. Khan-gerel /Монгол: Т. Хан-гэрэл/, 17 April 1979, Ulaanbaatar) is an Mongolia pop star, and as a member of Nomin talst. Khaazaa graduated from Ulaanbaatar's No.5 ten-year school in 1997. In 2003, he completed his law school of General Intelligence Agency. He is baritone singing voice.

Discography[edit]

  • Gerel süüder /Гэрэл сүүдэр/ (2000)
  • Eejdee /Ээждээ/ (2001)
  • Tatakh khüch /Татах хүч/ (2002)
  • Nemekh khasakh tseneg /Нэмэх хасах цэнэг/ (2003)
  • Bidnii üye /Бидний үе/ (2005)
  • Best of Nomin talst /Шилдгүүдээс шилэв/ (2006)

Solo career[edit]

T. Delgermurun[edit]

  • Amin zürkh /Амин зүрх/ (2005)
  • Nadad itge /Надад итгэ/ (2007)
  • Bi Mongol khün /Би Монгол хүн/ (2010)

A. Khayankhyarwaa[edit]

  • Ankhnii zakhidal /Анхны захидал/ (2007)

D. Batsükh[edit]

  • Khotiin khügjim /Хотын хөгжим/ (2007)
  • Ergen dursakh ayalguu /Эргэн дурсах аялгуу/ (2008)

Awards[edit]

Pentatonic awards
  • 1998, Best debut band;
  • 2000, Best album;
  • 1998, Best band;
  • 1998, Best song;

Golden microphone awards

  • 2000, Best work;

UBS Music Video Awards

  • This band has received numerous awards over the years including.

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