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Valerii Trigger

Valerii Trigger is a guitarist/singer/songwriter/unsigned artist and performer from Ukraine.

Valerii was born in Kiev, raised in Bohuslav. He started to play guitar and sing at the early age. He studied music at the college of culture and arts and graduated in 2014, and was studying classical guitar at the music school in Bohuslav.

In August of 2011 he joined a band Kievichi which was touring Ukraine and Europe throughout 2011-2013. The band was playing shows, performing covers and writing its own material but never got the attention it deserves and split up early 2013.

In the summer of 2013 Valerii started working with a talented Ukrainian singer Yana Ostrovka. They’ve wrote an original duo song entitled “Любить”. In the end of 2013 Valerii and Yana put the “Winter Crossroads” show that was transmitted online for all the world to see.

By the fall of 2014 Valerii Trigger joined Marilyn Manson cover band alongside with Elvira “Elly” Gasratova (ex-Ace ‘N Heels) on vocals, Dmitry “Hama” Bartetsky (ex-Freakland) on Bass and Alexander “Lex” Alexeenko (ex-My Renaissance, Dalai, Barahta, May in December, My Versal, Ismen) on drums. The band is currently touring and performing.

Find out more about Valerii at his Facebook Page, SoundCloud, Twitter Feed, or his YouTube channel.

You can also watch a decent jam with Valerii featured right here:

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