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Ferrell Dorothy E.
Piano sheets artist DJ Smash
Andrey Leonidovich Shirman, better known by his stage name DJ Smash, is the most successful Russian DJ in the genres House music and Electronic music.
Shirman started his career at the age of 14 when he graduated from musical school while taking computer lessons. After a year, he released his debut album and released his second album two years later in 1999. In 2005, Shirman took the name DJ Smash and started working as a resident DJ in the "Zima Project" club in Irkutsk. Later, he became a resident DJ in the following Moscow clubs: "Лето", "Осень", "First", "Дяgilev" and "Movida" in London.
He gained great popularity with the release of single Moscow Never Sleeps in 2007, which got into the rotation of Russia's largest radio station Europa Plus and music channels - Muz-TV and MTV. In 2008, a new version of the hit was recorded in collaboration with Timati. The song was performed on the Muz-TV Awards, together with 30 Seconds To Mars, Morandi, Jennifer Lopez and stars of the Russian pop scene.
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