Alla Borissovna Pugacheva or, according to the correct pronunciation Pugachyova , (in Russian: => ru "> Алла Борисовна Пугачёва ), born April 15, 1949 in Moscow, is a Russian singer and actress extremely popular in Russia and the countries of the former Soviet bloc, as evidenced by the sale of his records and the number of programs that are devoted to Russian television.
She began her career in 1965. She is regularly the subject of articles in the popular press and people sections on his career and his private life. For some, it is the epitome of popular culture supported by the state and regular and repetitive media campaigns. Throughout her career, she has helped other totally unknown singers become famous.
As a child, Alla Pugacheva was already passionate about music. She is still a schoolgirl when she begins her singing career.
Before embarking on a professional solo career, she collaborated with many Soviet musical ensembles. The singer organizes countless concerts, including "The Woman Singing" (1979), "The Monologues of a Singer" (1981), and the theatrical performance "I came and I speak" (1984).