In the first edition of the TV show “Today Friday”, one of the guests was the singer Yaroslav Sumishevsky, who was remembered by the audience as a participant in “Three Chords”. So, during the program, archival footage from a music competition was shown, where the novice artist Sumishevsky participated, and Sergei Sosedov judged him. It was difficult for both of them to remember when it happened, the journalist just exclaimed: “It was a hundred years ago!”
In addition, the singer performed on the air the song “You do not judge me.” The host of the show especially emphasized the name of the composition, they say, now Sosedov will certainly not criticize Sumishevsky’s talent. And so it happened: as soon as the first notes of the track sounded, a frequent member of the jury of many music competitions could not resist and started dancing. Even a leg injury did not stop him. This was noticed by Andrei Malakhov: “Friends, Sergei Sosedov with a broken leg on the dance floor!”
However, there was more than just a positive atmosphere in the studio. The author of the song “So I want to live”, which won the hearts of many people, made everyone cry. Gennady Seleznev spoke about the creation of this hit: “At that moment there was a sad story in my life. At first, my mother and I fought for the life of my stepfather. Cancer has won. Then my beloved uncle … The same story began. And my uncle left too. And bang – she has stomach cancer. I’m starting to fight for her life. “
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When Seleznev realized that the parent was fading, he turned to her: “I say: mother, you probably want to live, whatever one may say? And she says to me: do you know how you want to live? ” So, the phrase of Gennady’s mother served as the basis for the song that fans listen to. “Who would have thought that I, a simple guy from the Moscow streets, would someday sing and people would take autographs from me,” he added.
Photo: frames from the show “Today Friday” on the channel “Russia 1”