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(   "Dustyesky is the leading genuine fake Russian choir in southern hemisphere." 28 middle-aged very hairy Australian men formed a choir for a laugh at the pub and ended up getting invited to sing at the Red Square for the Grand Victory Day Parade   ( divider line
    More: Amusing, Russia, Russian revolutionary song, Mark Swivel, Russian workers, Russian people, group of men, bit of a sing, Russian passion  
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1257 clicks; posted to Entertainment » on 25 May 2020 at 8:52 AM (17 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2020-05-25 9:31:07 AM  
4 votes:
Ain't even mad.

DustyEsky (Faux) Russian Men's Choir at the Mullum Music Festival 18 Nov 2018
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/AC/DCs Brian Johnson would be proud of the look
2020-05-25 7:53:05 AM  
4 votes:
Let them sing.
2020-05-25 6:48:24 AM  
2 votes:
Please, please green this, modmins.

For anybody wondering, "esky" is Aussie for a beer cooler. I'm not sure if the link will work for non-Australian IP addresses, but you might be able to view the full, bloody marvellous story here (select "Series 2020 Performers and the Pandemic". Believe me, you won't regret it.

None of these men speaks Russian, but they're "big in Russia". They come from a hippy town in northern New South Wales called Mullumbimby... sorry, I meant "Mullumgrad". And they deserve your attention.
2020-05-25 4:44:15 AM  
2 votes:
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2020-05-25 11:42:37 PM  
1 vote:

Stud Gerbil: Waiting for The Avalanches to sample them in a video

But we'll have to wait 18 years to hear it.
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