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“Dark Night”: Ponomaryov, Mykhailo Khoma and Taras Topolya presented a song with the military

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Apr20,2024

"Dark night": Ponomaryov, Mykhailo Khoma and Taras Topolya presented a song with the military

Ponomaryev, Mykhailo Khoma and Taras Topolya

Famous Ukrainian singers Oleksandr Ponomaryev, Mykhailo Khoma and Taras Topolya presented a joint music video for the new song “Dark Night”. The track was dedicated to military personnel and their loved ones, mothers, daughters, sisters.

Ukrainian defenders and defenders appeared in the video together with the artists. You can watch the clip for the song “Dark Night” on YouTube.

The words and music for the song were written by Oleksandr Ponomaryev during another trip with charity concerts. At the same time, the clip was shot over two days.

During the large-scale war, Alexander created many songs, all of them were always intended to cheer up the people in such difficult times, to praise the courage and strength of our soldiers. I always responded with joy to the invitation to join his work, because we are friends, and these songs are really timely, and people perceive them as folk songs, – said the leader of the band “Antitila” Taras Topolya.

Hearing for the first time the song will be performed live in Kyiv on April 20, at a concert in the National Palace of Arts “Ukraine”. There, Oleksandr Ponomaryev and Mykhailo Khoma will present the joint program “Ukraine will win” accompanied by the Honored Academic Song and Dance Ensemble of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. At most, during the concert, there will be a collection for FPV drones for the special purpose tactical unit of G.R.I.M. as part of the 41st OMBr of the Armed Forces of the Armed Forces.

We should note that Oleksandr Ponomarev and Mykhailo Khoma constantly support the Armed Forces of Ukraine, perform in military units, in the front-line zone . The artists held many charity concerts in Ukraine and abroad, thanks to which they managed to collect about UAH 150 million for drones and cars for the Armed Forces. In particular, more than UAH 14.5 million was collected at the auction during the concert in Lviv.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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