Sergio Galoyan

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Sergio Galoyan

Sergey Galoyan (Russian: Сергей Галоян, born 25 December 1981) is an ASCAP/PRS Award–winning[1] songwriter/producer and DJ, born in Moscow. He is more commonly known as Sergio Galoyan and is of Armenian descent.[2]

One of the creators of the band t.A.T.u., he wrote and produced their first four singles All The Things She Said, Not Gonna Get Us, 30 Minutes, and Show Me Love.[3] He also wrote and produced many other tracks for their first, second and third albums.

Galoyan has also worked with Keith Flint (The Prodigy), Marilyn Manson,[4] Jennifer Lopez, Valeriya,[5] Clea[6] and Alsou (on 19).

He married t.A.T.u.'s PR manager, Sasha Tityanko,[7] after working on t.A.T.u.'s second album, but they divorced soon after.

Galoyan is currently concentrating on his solo DJ project under the name of Sergio Galoyan, which features various vocalists and songwriters from around the world.

Discography[edit]

As an artist[edit]

Singles

  • 2010: Wrap It Up — Sergio Galoyan (feat. Claire Guy)
  • 2010: Everything - Sergio Galoyan (feat. Nire' Alldai)[8]
  • 2011: Knowing You - Sergio Galoyan (feat. Tamra Keenan)
  • 2011: Break The Night In Two - Sergio Galoyan (feat. Antonio)
  • 2011: Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish - Sergio Galoyan
  • 2012: Paradise - Sergio Galoyan (feat. Lena Katina)

As a composer/producer[edit]

Remixes[edit]

List Of Achievements By Year[edit]

  • 2000 Russia/Video Clip/Song "Ya Soshla S Uma"/ 1st place/Top of the Charts on TV Channels, Radio Channels
  • 2001 Russia/Song "Nas Ne Dogonyat"/ 1st place/Top of the Charts on TV Channels, Radio Channels
  • 2001 Russia/Album Release "200 Po Vstrechnoy"/ 1st place/Top of the Charts on TV Channels, Radio Channels, Record Sale
  • 2001 Hit FM award "100 Pound Hit" for "Ya Soshla S Uma" http://gallery.tatushow.com/displayimage.php?album=737&pos=1
  • 2001 Russia/Song "30 Minut"/ 1st place/Top of the Charts on TV Channels, Radio Channels, Record Sale
  • 2002 Worldwide/ Release of English Version of the Album "200 Km in a Wrong Lane/ 1st place worldwide/Top of the Charts in Most of the Countries in the World/Record Sale/Top on Official Music and Country Charts
  • 2002 Worldwide/Single of the Song "All Things She Said"/ Record Sale 1st place/Top ono the Official Music and Country Charts/Record
  • 2002 Hit FM - award "100 Pound Hit" for "Nas Ne Dogonyat"
  • 2002 Ovaciya Award - Best song of the year "Nas Ne Dogonyat"
  • 2002 Russian Grammy Awards - Best Song "Nas Ne Dogonyat"
  • 2002 IFPI Platinum Europe Award for 1 million sales of the album "200 Po Vstrechnoy" https://web.archive.org/web/20131016055449/http://www.ifpi.org/content/section_news/plat2002.html
  • 2003 Worldwide/Single of the Song "Not Gonna Get Us"/ Record Sale 1st place/Top ono the Official Music and Country Charts/Record
  • 2003 Russia/Remix on Song by Alsou "Dojd"/ 1st Place on Radio and Television/Top One on the Charts in Russia
  • 2003 IFPI Platinum Europe Award for 1 million sales of the album 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane. https://web.archive.org/web/20131103083215/http://www.ifpi.org/content/section_news/plat2003.html
  • 2003 Polish Internet Music Awards - Best International Album 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane http://eng.tatysite.net/news/archive.php?id=608_0_5_0
  • 2003 IFPI Hong Kong Top Sales Music Awards - Top 10 Best Selling Foreign Albums 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane
  • Eska Music Awards «Best International Album» «200 km/h in the Wrong Lane»
  • 2004 Award from the American Society of Composers, Authors and

Publishers (ASCAP Award) for Song "All Things She Said" as one of the best songs of the year

  • 2004 College Song of the Year (BMI Honors)

Winners "All the Things She Said"

  • 2004 BMI Pop Award (BMI Honors) Winners "All the Things She Said"
  • 2004 Japan Gold Disc Award - Rock Album of the Year 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane http://www.riaj.or.jp/e/data/gdisc/2004.html
  • 2007 Russia/Single Song "Mi Vmeste" performed by Valeria 1st Place on Radio/Song received three awards in Russia: Song of the

Year Award/Record of the Year/Russian Grammy (Golden Gramafon")

  • 2008 Russia/Single Song "Wild" performed by Valeria/ 1st Place on Radio and TV/Song was awarded platinum status in Russian
  • 2008 Release of Album by Valeria on an international level, which included songs "Mi Vmeste" and "Wild". Song "Wild" was awarded 21st Place in the American Chart "Billboard" and 11th Place in the British Chart "Music Week"
  • 2008 Russia/ Release of Single Song "Break It All" performed by Valeria Top 5 songs in Russia
  • 2008 Russia/Release of Single Song "I Know" performed by Valeria Top Ten Songs in Russia
  • 2008 Viva Channel Germany #3 For "All the Things She Said" in The biggest hits ever
  • 2009 Received Medal "Talent and Calling" by "International Alliance Peacemaker" Organization
  • 2010 Russia/Produced a Single Song "Noch" performed by Jasmin Top Ten Songs in Russia on TV and Radio
  • 2011 Eastern Europe/Single Song "Sergio Galayan feat. Nire Alldai – "Everything" Top Five on Radio and TV in Russia, Ukraine and Eastern Europe
  • 2011 Received Medal 2nd Degree for "Talent and Calling" by "International Alliance Peacemaker" Organization
  • 2011 Received Medal from "Emperor Society of Russia" Organization as a Recognition of Artistic Talent
  • 2012 United States/Release of Song "Sergio Galayan feat. Tamra Keenan – Knowing You" in the United States and Rotating on the several radio channels in the United States
  • 2014 Olympic Committee of Russian Federation Selected Song "Nas Ne Dogonyat" as Anthem of Russian Olympic Team. Song was played during Opening of Olympic Games in Sochi and During Introduction of the Russian Olympic Team

The same song was selected as an Anthem for Russian Olympic Team during Paraolympic Games in Sochi.

The same song was selected as an Anthem for Russian Hockey Team during International Championships

References[edit]

  1. ^ eventsawards
  2. ^ Record producer Sergio Galoyan featured at Townhouse Studios London
  3. ^ Композитор Сергей Галоян: «Тату» стали лесбиянками под гипнозом // Komsomolskaya Pravda, March 20, 2003
  4. ^ Mansonwiki
  5. ^ Женщина, которая споет // Kommersant, Jan. 25, 2008
  6. ^ Last.fm
  7. ^ http://www.guruken.ru/pop/svadbe_ompozitora/
  8. ^ Everything

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