Syutkin Valery is called the most intelligent singer of the Russian stage. He became famous during the years of cooperation with the Bravo collective, where he was a soloist. The group's concerts were attended by a huge number of spectators.
Family, early years
Valery Miladovich was born on March 22, 1968. The family lived in Moscow. His father was from Perm, worked as an engineer, and later was a teacher at the academy. Mother's ancestors were Poles and Jews. She became a research assistant at the same academy where her husband taught. The future spouses met in a choreographic circle at an educational institution. When Valery was 13, his parents divorced.
The boy studied well, but then became interested in rock and roll. He became a drummer in a group that included guys from his yard. The drum set was made from cans. In high school, Valery was able to make money and buy drums. He became a member of the school VIA "Excited Reality", mastered the bass guitar.
After school, Syutkin worked as an assistant cook in a restaurant, and studied music. Then there was a service in the Far East, where the young man was an auto mechanic. He became a member of the Polyot military ensemble. Once the vocalist fell ill, Syutkin replaced him. The performance was successful, Valery became a soloist.
After the army, Syutkin left for the capital, went to work. He was a loader at the Belorussky railway station, then a train conductor. Valery also tried to get into the musical groups of the capital.
In the early 80s, he met with the musicians of the "Telephone" group, he was taken to the team. Gradually "Telefon" became more or less successful, toured the country. Syutkin's name was mentioned on the cover of the Twist-Cascade album, recorded in 1985. In the same year, the band broke up.
Later, Valery worked in the "Architect" group (leader - Davydov Yuri). The team also included Loza Yuri. Some of the compositions have made it to radio and television. The newspaper "Moskovsky Komsomolets" included the group in the top five most popular in the country.
Loza Yuri left the team in 1987, and Syutkin in 1988. He organized a group "Feng-o-Man", the team recorded one album, worked with Boyarsky Mikhail.
In 1990, Khavtan Eugene invited Valery to become the soloist of the Bravo group instead of Zhanna Aguzarova. Syutkin worked with the team for 5 years and became very popular. During that period, he had to change his style of performance and even his hairstyle.
The first album with Syutkin was called "Hipsters from Moscow", the songs "Vasya", "I am what I need" became hits. The latter was written by Valery himself. In 1990, the group performed at the Morning Mail.
The peak of the band's popularity fell on 1993-1994. On its tenth anniversary, the collective gave concerts in large cities, the stadiums were overcrowded. Later, the albums “Road to the Clouds”, “Moscow Bit” appeared, which became multi-platinum.
In the 90s, Valery left the group due to a busy schedule. After a break, he created the group "Syutkin and Co", the team recorded 5 albums.
In 2015, Syutkin performed with the Light Jazz collective, they recorded the album "Moskvich 2015" with hits from the 50s and 60s. The singer is often invited to TV shows and programs. In 2001 he led the project "Two Pianos". Valery also appears in films ("Election Day", "Champions").
Valery Miladovich met his first wife in the early 80s. In marriage, a daughter, Elena, was born, but later a divorce followed. Daughter Elena became an economist.
Valery got married for the second time in the late 80s. They had a son, Maxim, he began to work in the tourism business.
In 1993, Syutkin met the beautiful Viola, a fashion model. They later got married. Valery and Viola have been together for over 25 years. In 1996, they had a daughter, who was named Viola. She became an art critic.