USA Tour
Photo by: Mark Hersch

These last 3 weeks it was an experience that is impossible to forget. Your kindness, your appreciation, your reception and warmth have made America our second home and it’s so hard for us to leave and say goodbye… There is an old wisdom that says that any man has to be able to answer one question with certainty: "Has the world or any part of it become any happier because I have been through it?" Well, I can say that there is no bigger pleasure then to play for all of you and bring smiles and joy to your faces - that makes us the happiest people on the planet! And we are going back home knowing that we have so many new dear friends who we want to see again and surprise and entertain with our music.

And this purpose alone makes our lives so much worth living! There is no way I can list all the «thank you’s» for this journey - to all those who first of all helped to organise our concerts, to those who came and travelled to our shows, to those who met us when we arrived and selflessly helped with anything needed, to those who helped to photograph and film, to those who followed us on Facebook and Youtube and believed in us, to those who helped in any way - this support is priceless and we would not have made it without you. You are our friends and new family! The future looks very bright and we are all very eager to come back! I hope that our project serves a bigger purpose to unite people all around the globe and bring us together in this wonderful joy of music. And I believe that together we can make it happen!

And of course, our gratitude goes to Chicago for their incredible creation and the inspiration they gave us!

Big hugs and kisses to all of you - we are close together even far distance away!

And see you soon!
(On behalf of the whole band)
P.S. We just arrived back home safe and well.

Jan 8, 2019


New York

New York

Preview Show added by demand of NYC fans!
The Sony Hall is the new premiere music venue in New York City focused on presenting world renowned performing artists across all music genres, powered by state of the art technology.  Owned/operated by Blue Note Entertainment Group and sponsored by Sony Corporation, Sony Hall is located in the heart of New York's Theatre District (at the Paramount Hotel), with capacities of 1,000 standing and 500 seated, and a full-service restaurant and bar.

Jan 11, 12 & 13, 2019

1616 Butler Avenue

Los Angeles


This Red-Carpet Event will be a rare opportunity to see, hear and meet the musicians of Leonid and Friends inside the private halls of the legendary Village Studios, recording home to Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, Steely Dan, the Beach Boys, Stone Temple Pilots, Lady Gaga and many others.  As part of the ROCK JUSTICE AWARDS Concert Series, Leonid and Friends will be honored with a major career award.  This evening will be jam-packed with entertainment, as Leonid and Friends meet their audience, at an eye-to-eye level for the first time.  Ticket price includes concert, reception, Russian themed food, one Russian cocktail, an open beer and wine bar, and non-alcoholic beverages.

Jan 15, 2019

5441 Park Place



The partners behind Bub City, Joe’s on Weed Street and the Windy City Smokeout have brought Joe’s Live to Rosemont, IL. The ACM award-winning live music venue and event space, which occupies two-thirds of the space shared with Bub City Rosemont, hosts weekly lineups of country music’s biggest names, up-and-comers, local talent, DJs and more.

Jan 18, 2019
210 Live

210 Green Bay Road



THE 210 LIVE EXPERIENCE: 210 Live is not just a music venue. It's not just a bar. It truly is an experience. People walk in and feel the energy in the place. It's something special...some even say magical. It's a place that people fall in love with, and want to return to again and again.

Jan 19, 2019
210 Live

210 Green Bay Road




Jan 20, 2019

3524 Greenville Ave.



The Granada Theater, a Dallas staple, has been entertaining audiences of all ages from North Texas and beyond since 1946. Located in the historic Lower Greenville neighborhood, it was originally built as a post-WWII movie theater. After periods of neglect and different ownership, it re-opened in 2004. Since then it has amassed several awards along the way including “Best Live Music Venue” (Dallas Observer 2007-11, 2015). Musical acts that have graced the theater’s stage over the years include Willie Nelson, Adele, Bob Dylan, David Crosby, ZZ Top, Graham Nash, Leon Russell, Dave Mason and many, many more. Now in the building’s 71st year, the Granada is doing what it has perfected effortlessly over the last twelve years – ushering in a new generation of music fans one concert at a time.

Jan 22, 2019

405 Cleveland St.
PRE-SALE Tickets available now
General Admission available December 21, 2018



The Capitol Theatre has been a vital part of Downtown Clearwater since its opening on March 21, 1921. Saved from demolition in 1995, the Capitol Theatre was close to closing its doors again in 2009 facing foreclosure. The City of Clearwater thankfully purchased the building and entered into a partnership with Ruth Eckerd Hall to manage and operate the facility. In 2013 the Capitol Theatre underwent a major renovation. The result of the renovation was expanded seating to 750, including six private loge boxes, multiple concession stands, a larger lobby, an outdoor balcony that wraps around the building overlooking the beautiful Clearwater causeway, a VIP lounge, Frenchy’s rooftop terrace, ADA accessibility and an uncovered Panel of Honor from World War I viewable in the lobby area. The Capitol Theatre is a cultural landmark in Downtown Clearwater bringing world class entertainment in the most intimate setting.

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For booking information contact:

Roman Vorobyev

Phone: +7 (926) 380-0833 Email: rvorobyev@mail.com
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